Herbes de Provence
A mixture of dried herbs directly from the Provence region in Southeast France.
It is a good addition to any dish from the Mediterranean region, especially when mixed with olive oil to coat chicken, fish, tomatoes, or chunks of potato for roasting, but best when used before cooking.
AROMA: Savory, marjoram, rosemary, thyme, and oregano
ORIGIN: France (Provence)
PACKING SIZE: 1.05 oz. (100 ml Grinder Jar), 9.71 oz. (1000 ml Jar)
Herbes de Provence comes straight from France and will make your roasted meats, vegetables, soups, and stews the talk of the town. Elevate your fall gathering with a delicious beef stew infused with fragrant Herbes de Provence. It's a guaranteed crowd-pleaser dish!
No seriously. You’ll not believe the transformation that boring roasted chicken will take. Prepare to transport yourself to the south of France – bon voyage!
Let’s start with a little background on the Herbes de Provence blend… This dried herbal mix hails from the Provence region of southeast France. The Lafayette Spices mix includes five herbs, each with its own distinct flavor profile and importance to the blend: Savory, Marjoram, Rosemary, Thyme, and Oregano. Each herb is picked at its absolute peak of flavor and slowly air-dried – this process achieves a flavor and color that is second to none.
Herbes de Provence is best when cooked with. Cooking softens the rough leaves and allows the natural oils and aromas to emerge. You can use it as a raw ingredient, but it’s best to blend it into a fine powder before doing so. This can be achieved in a blender or spice grinder. The raw ground Herbes de Provence blend would make an excellent flavor addition to a fresh salad dressing or even a sprinkling over a plated pasta dish. But the Herbes de Provence blend really shines when it’s roasted – whether on meat, seafood, or vegetables. Rubbing a generous pinch over chicken, pork loin, beef roast, whole fish, or carrots before roasting is your ticket straight to the aromatic shores of France. The herbs open up and soften in the roasting fats and become something truly magical.