Try the selection of Spices Notes of...Dried Rosemary.
Ideal to enrich: roasts, potatoes and grilled meats
Aroma note: aromatic, balsamic and slightly pungent
From field to table: 100% controlled supply chain.
Organic Dried Rosemary
Did you know that... in Greek mythology rosemary was a symbol of friendship and loyalty and was often used at weddings and funerals. It was also thought, and this has been confirmed by modern research, to improve mnemonic abilities and help with the assimilation of concepts during studies.
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Characteristics of dried rosemary
Dried rosemary is a spice that has always been appreciated in the kitchen and beyond, as it is perfect for adding an extra touch of flavour and aroma to many dishes and is rich in nutrients and health benefits.
The rosemary plant is an evergreen that prefers warm, dry climates such as those found in Sicily, where Notedi is located. It is a robust and hardy plant that can reach a height of up to 2 metres. Rosemary is native to the Mediterranean region. It has a dark green colour and long, thin leaves.
How can dried rosemary be used in cooking?
Dried rosemary is a very common spice in our kitchen and goes well with meat, vegetable and fish dishes. Dried rosemary also retains its flavour when cooked, which is why it is often added to baked meat or vegetable dishes and to flavour bread and other flour-based dishes. It is also an excellent spice to add to sauces and gravies. For example, it can be added to a chicken or pasta sauce, mixed with butter to make a delicious sauce for seasoning fish, or used to flavour oil for dressing vegetables or salads. It is also an excellent spice for making herbal teas and infusions.
Properties and benefits of dried rosemary
Dried rosemary is a spice that can be used not only in cooking, but also in many other ways to improve your health and well-being. In fact, its leaves are rich in beneficial substances. Let's take a look at some of them to learn more about this extraordinary spice:
- It is rich in antioxidants such as vitamin C and vitamin A, which can help protect the body's cells from free radicals and reduce the risk of chronic and heart disease.
- Rosemary contains compounds that can help fight fungi and bacteria.
- It is a good source of iron, calcium and vitamin B6, which are essential for healthy bones and the nervous system.
- It contains fatty acids which are important for heart and joint health.
- It may help improve memory.
- It is a good source of fibre.