Our Herbs de Provence is currently out-of-stock.
Based on our latest update from our supplier we are anticipating receiving our supply of one ingredient needed (Tarragon), to blend our Herbs de Provence, by early June.
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Also known as Provencal herbs, Herbes de Provence and simply Herbs Provence, Herbs de Provence is a traditional blend of common, aromatic herbs that flourish in hills of France’s Provence region. This region is located on France’s southeastern tip and borders Italy, Herbs de Provence is an herbal blend was concocted in 1970’s and similar to Indian curries there is no one specific recipe as these vary from family to family.
Some of the more common herbs in this blend are basil, bay leave, chervil, dill, fennel, lavender, marjoram, mint, orange zest, oregano, rosemary, sage, savory, tarragon and thyme. Lavender is not used much in the French version of Herbs de Provence but is more common in the US version of this blend.
An excellent addition to any Mediterranean region dish, Herbs de Provence is especially wonderful when combined with olive oil and added to grilled chicken or fish. We like using Herbs de Provence when roasting beef or pork tenderloins and Cornish hens. It is also spectacular with used with tomatoes, larger pieces of oven roasted potatoes or in gravies, pizza sauce, salads, soups and stews.
Helpful hint: Add a pinch or two to hot coals when grilling and you’ll find your meat and vegetables pick up a noticeably subtle smoky flavor.
This is an almost magical blend as the cooking brings out of the flavor of these herbs making them an almost perfect partnership where the sum of the herbs is much better than the individual parts.
Our Herbs de Provence is hand blended from Basil, Chervil, Marjoram, Tarragon, Thyme and Lavender.
If you're a fan of Mediterranean blends then you may want to see our top selling Citrus Seasoning,Greek Seasoning, Fines Herbes, Tuscany Bread Dipping and Mediterranean Dry Rub.
One of our favorite recipes using Herbs de Provence include the delightful Chicken Herbs de Provence.
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