|This Italian Seasoning is one of our best selling herb seasonings. We like to make sure that we always have a good supply of Italian Seasoning, dry pasta and tomato sauce in our cupboard for any unexpected guests that might unexpectedly drop by.
Representing the traditional seasonings of Italian cuisine, this flavor-booster has become a kitchen classic in this country for its versatility and ease of use in a wide variety of recipes. Italian cooks actually laugh at the notion of our Americanized "Italian Seasoning" as they will quickly tell anyone who'll listen that in traditional Italian cuisine few cooks would actually use herbs sold in blends. Authentic Italian recipes typically call for one or two herbs, but infrequently five or six at once. Most Italian cooks only use fresh herbs and will resort to dried herbs only in extreme emergencies.
When and Where to use
This fragrant seasoning blend makes it simple to create the signature flavors of Italy right in your home kitchen. Jazz up your recipes with an ideal balance of complex herbal notes, our Italian Seasoning is also incredibly versatile as you can add it to vinegar & oil for a quick salad dressing and of course you can add it to just about any tomato-based dish – from lasagna to spaghetti to pizza. We also like to use it to add a mellow, rich flavor to marinades and soups. When Italian Seasoning is blended with olive oil, this seasoning makes a coating that locks in flavors when baking or roasting chicken.
One of our customer's told us how she loves to mix it with salt free butter, garlic and Parmesan cheese to make flavorful garlic bread.
Italian Seasoning is especially good with vegetables, particularly roasted eggplant, potatoes and zucchini. We also like to mix about 3 tablespoons of Italian Seasoning with 1/2 cup of olive oil to make a quick and tasty olive oil bread dipping.
What's In It
Our Italian Seasoning is hand blended from rosemary, basil, oregano, sage and marjoram.
We also offer some other terrific Italian flavors try our best selling Tuscany Bread Dipping Seasoning, Garlic and Herb, Pizza Seasoning and Spaghetti Seasoning.
Some of our favorite recipes using Italian Seasoning are Italian Eggplant Rollup, Italian Wedding Soup, Classic Margherita Pizza and Homemade Marinara and Creamy Polenta.
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