Marjoram, a sweeter alternative to oregano, has a slighty minty, warm taste. Because it is so comparable to oregano, it can be used in similar dishes. Use it to flavor soups or stews, chicken, and duck, or add it to marinara sauce or pizza dough for an extra hint of flavor. It also goes well in salads, egg dishes, and mushroom sauces. Always wait until the last moment when cooking to add the Marjoram because it's delicate flavor can get lost in cooking.

Try these recipes:  Minorcan Clam Chowder,  Sauteed Carrots with Marjoram and Lemon,  Italian Beef Stew 

Net Wt. 0.2 oz. (1/4 cup jar), 0.5 oz. (1/2 cup jar), 4.0 oz. (polybag)