Dried Bouquet Garni by Toula Patsalis

Dried Bouquet Garni by Toula Patsalis created by 2Bleu

I keep this on hand in a spice jar. If I don't have cheesecloth and kitchen string, I use a coffee filter and a twistee (bare of paper). This came from Toula Patsalis's "The Pressure Cooker Cookbook."

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  • Mix together in a jar with a tight lid. Store in the pantry.
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"I keep this on hand in a spice jar. If I don't have cheesecloth and kitchen string, I use a coffee filter and a twistee (bare of paper). This came from Toula Patsalis's "The Pressure Cooker Cookbook.""

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  1. Susan L.
    This turned out great! I tried a coffee filter with dried herbs and chip clip to cinch it ! ( clip plastic was food safe and good under hot temps.) Also put a T. of dried sage into mine for the turkey carcass soup I am making now and although the same spices are being used in the recipe, This extra enhancing bouquet garni will be removed. It’s resulting in a kitchen that smell divine ~ my family will definitely want to try my soup if it tastes as good as it smells now!!
  2. Annacia
    How great to have this on hand. The aroma is lovely and it's almost a shame that it doesn't take longer to make and so allowing more time for the nose to enjoy, lol. The mix is now resting in a pretty jar and the world is good. Made for Chefs gone WILD!, ZWT 8
  3. kitty.rock
    I love spice mixes, and this one is quite pleasurable to the senses both while putting it together and using it for cooking ~ you can't beat bay leaves, parsley, thyme and marjoram for a flavor sensation. I followed 2blue's suggestion of the 'coffee filter' method, and after mixing/grinding my spices, tied them up and put them in a jar for safekeeping. Thanks KateL for the recipe! These would make great little gifts too! Made for ZWT5, Bodacious Brickhouse Babes.
  4. 2Bleu
    These are a quad of great spices we love to use and use frequently. The bouquets are fun to make, and make great gifts as well. I broke the bay leaves in half and made 6 bouquets. We only had ground marjoram, and we suggest if using ground spices vs. dried to definitely use the coffee filter method. I simmered a whole chicken today for future recipes using cooked chicken and/or stock and added 3 garnis to the pot along with some chopped onion and celery. Having all the spices in pre-mixed pouches simplified making the chicken and the broth turned out wonderfully.
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