This was, obviously, extremely easy to make. I couldn't find any savory (even looking at several different stores) so I omitted it and added a little extra thyme. I used 1 teaspoon of the final product to make a zucchini and summer squash saute. There were about 4 cups of the vegetables, and I would say the herbs were a little strong for me - not a bad flavor, just too much. I'll most certainly continue using the mixture in different recipes. Thank you for posting. Reviewed for ZWT 4.
Perfect perfect! i made this with my lovely lavender sent as a gift and now i wont be searching for the mix at the last minute
I just discovered I am a fan of Herbs de Provence. Paired with Herb Crusted Pork Tenderloins you will be eating like an Epicurean Queen! Merci Mama's Kitchen. Made for ZWT 5.
I used this in Menu #28651. 1 teaspoons oregano leaves I cut the recipe back because I was using lavender from last year. And I plan on making this fresh when my lavander is ready for picking. I mixed 1 teaspoons thyme leaves, 1/4 teaspoon basil leaves, 1/4 teaspoon sage leaf,1 teaspoons savory,1 teaspoons lavender flowers, 1/4 teaspoon rosemary added fresh chives, 1/2 teaspoon dried garlic, and 1/2 teaspoon dried rosemary. Merci Beaucoup! Made for ZWT5
I've never used lavender in cooking before, either, and I found it unusual. Not BAD - just unusual. :) Thankfully it didn't have the same soapy taste that lavender can sometimes smell like, although it does taste just like it smells. Now I have another thing to do with any flowers my lavender plants produce (darn things aren't blooming, yet!). The only problem I had was in finding dried lavender that I was sure was good for culinary uses. It wasn't available at the local grocery store, but I made a trip to Central Market and found it in their bulk aisle.
What a lovely herb mix - I love the addition of lavender, an herb I've never used in cooking before. Thanks!
Easy to put together, and smells so good! Thank you!
Great Recipe. I added some dried chives to the mix. Very pretty! Thanks Mama!