Herbes de Provence

Herbes de Provence created by kiwidutch
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  • Mix in a food processor to obtain a finer mixture if desired.
  • Store in spice/herb jars or clay pots.
  • The blend can be used to season dishes of soups, meat, poultry and vegetables.
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  1. Maideux
    I used this on the thanksgiving turkey and it was wonderful! I added the lemon and olive oil from the Herbed Rotisserie Chicken, put the Turkey in the usual oven bag (no basting required) and it was the best ever. I had everything but the summer savory, but will add next time.
     
  2. NcMysteryShopper
    I needed Herbes de Provence for Tish's Herbed Rotisserie Chicken Recipe #46472 and I am so glad I used this recipe instead of running to the store. Herbes de Provence never tasted this good! I omitted the Rosemary because I was out, but used the rest of the ingredients. The main taste of the chicken dish was the herbs, and I must say, this recipe made the chicken absolutely delicious! Thanks for posting!
     
  3. Mary Austin
    I had every ingredient but the lavender so had to order the spice online. I could have made it, but was afraid the omission of lavender would affect the taste.
     
  4. kiwidutch
    Shop bought doesn't smell like this ! the aroma is wonderful... fresh fresh fresh. I didn't have summer savory, lavender or fennel, but all the rest went into the food processor as I prefer a finer texture. My mixture was slighly damp-ish and I worried about it going mauldy if I put it all into a jar, so I collected some of my little teeny tupperware containers, added a little water and froze half the mixture in usable portions. I was using this in recipes the same day, and noticed later on that the rest of the mix had dried out a little, so should keep in a jar no problem. Yes, I know that the photo also features parsley, coriander and sage and that these are not in this recipe, I just wanted to make the pic more appealing and give it a real herb-y feel :) This is an excellent recipe and if you choose to freeze the mix or store it in a jar, It won't dissapoint you. Please see my rating system: an excellent 5 stars. Thanks Troy !!!
     
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