Herbs de Provence

Herbs de Provence

The rolling hills of Provence are peppered with sunflowers, quaint farmhouses, and waves of lavender. You can smell it in the warm air; it wafts across the terrain like a flock of birds in the sky. There are other scents floating around as well: aromatic rosemary, unmistakable thyme, and delicate marjoram. Okay, welcome back to reality. You’re not in France (unless you are, and if that’s the case, then bonjour!); you’re daydreaming about Herbs de Provence, a hand-blended mixture of dried herbs common in the south of France, more known as the Provençale region.

You heard of Herbs de Provence before, and though it may seem like a recipe dating back to way back then––it wasn’t until the 1970s that Julia Child made it an available blend in stores. The typical mixtures contain various combinations of herbs like <ahref=”https://www.spicewallabrand.com/products/copy-of-cut-rosemary”>rosemary, thyme, oregano, basil, fennel,marjoram, savory, sage, parsley, tarragon, dill, mint and Lavender 

Herbes de Provence


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This Mediterranean masterpiece of the spice world is perfect for springtime with its wonderful herbaceous and floral qualities. Olive oil and heat heighten these fragrant flavors, and adding a pinch to hot coals will give your grilled meats and vegetables a subtle, yet noticeable smoky infusion. And don’t forget the veggies! This blend is especially delicious with eggplant and zucchini, roasted potatoes, and tomato sauce.
A super simple but delicious dish is as simple as this: any selection of vegetables cut into chunks, coated with olive oil, salt, and roasted in a 400-degree oven for 20-30 minutes. Finish with a healthy sprinkling of our Herbs de Provence and a little more salt to taste, toss it up, and serve with love. Or, better yet, check out our recipe for easy Oven-Roasted Frites with Herbs de Provence. Bon appétit!


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