Cooks' Ingredients Wild Herbs Bay Waitrose 4g
Price per 10g: £4.48
Herbs grown in the wild give an intense aroma and flavour. Grown in the Black Sea and Mediterranean coastal regions of Turkey
Store in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight
Use when cooking fish and vegetables, or use to make bouquet garni with parsley stalks, thyme and celery. Infuse a dried wild bay leaf in the milk when making sweet custards and rice puddings
Preparation and Usage
Use when cooking fish and vegetables, or use to make bouquet garni with parsley stalks, thyme and celery. Infuse a dried wild bay leaf in the milk when making sweet custard and rice puddings
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