Tag: Rosemary

Squash Wedges

Squash Wedges

It doesn’t always have to be potato wedges to make a fantastic meal. I myself love squash wedges because of their sweetness and softness. And they are as easy to make as potato wedges. All you need is either a butternut squash or and onion squash, some herbs and spices and of course some oil. …

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Gratin of Root Veggies

Gratin of Root Veggies

Preheat oven to 200°C 1 tbs butter 1 sweet potato, about 300gr, cut into slices 1 – 2 potatoes, about 300gr, cut into slices 1 swede, about 400gr, cut into slices 1 tbs thyme, crushed 1 twig of rosemary, crushed 3 dl cream 3 ml salt 2 ml black pepper 2 dl grated cheese Grease …

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Thyme

Thyme

Thyme is a widely cultivated herb which is widely used for cooking. Due to its content of thymol it got a strong flavour. Best cultivated in a hot sunny location the perennial plant tolerates not only drought but can also take deep freezes. Being a native herb of the Mediterranean it has naturalised well in …

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Rosemary

Rosemary

Even though Rosemary is a native of the Mediterranean, it is also well suited to the British and European climate and commonly used in British and European cooking. As being very versatile, rosemary works well when used with tomatoes or garlic and also with other herbs like sage, thyme or oregano. You can use rosemary …

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