Organic Fairtrade Thyme 14g Dried Herb

Steenbergs organic Fairtrade thyme comes from Egypt. Steenbergs was the first company in the UK licensed to sell (and sold) the first spices to carry the Fairtrade Mark.Steenbergs Organic Fairtrade Thyme is a fundamental part of any kitchen storecupb...

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Details

  • Flavours: Herby
  • Cuisines: British, European, Middle Eastern
  • Ingredient features: Fairtrade, Organic, Salt free, Sugar free, Vegan

Nutritional information

  • Values per 100g:
  • Energy 349kCal; 1481kJ
  • Fat 0.7g
  • Carbohydrates 78.6g
  • Protein 7.0g
  • Values per 0.7g:
  • Energy 2kCal; 10kJ
  • Fat 0.0g
  • Carbohydrates 0.6g
  • Protein 0.0g

Organic Fairtrade Thyme 14g Dried Herb details and description

Steenbergs organic Fairtrade thyme comes from Egypt. Steenbergs was the first company in the UK licensed to sell (and sold) the first spices to carry the Fairtrade Mark.

Steenbergs Organic Fairtrade Thyme is a fundamental part of any kitchen storecupboard.  One of the best cooking herbs in the world. With its vibrant flavour, Fairtrade organic thyme has a special affinity for poultry and pork. Use Steenbergs organic Fairtrade thyme for chicken where its an absolute must - rub on chicken or fish for the grill with organic garlic and organic pepper. Add organic thyme to split pea soup with ham, or mix with organic rosemary, organic garlic and organic pepper for a great roast or fish fry.   Steenbergs' Fairtrade organic thyme is pungent and spicy and full of medicinal, mouth-freshening sharpness that is really pleasing - in fact it forms the base flavour for almost all European cooking herb mixes - simply essential and simply delicious!

Thyme is a traditional herb for many blends ranging from bouquet garni and mixed herbs through to zaatar.  Thyme is also used in pates and terrines, burgers through to chicken rubbed with thyme or in a classic coq au vin. Thyme complements green beans, carrots and tomatoes, being delicious sprinkled over tomato salads.  Other classic dishes with thyme are cassoulet from France and gumbo from Louisiana

For more ideas on cooking with thyme try Allrecipes and the BBC Website.