1. MypinchofItaly

    Recipe Baked Onions with Aromatic Herbs

    Serves 4, Preparation 20 mins, Cooking about 25 mins 10 White onions medium-size Fresh rosemary, a sprig Fresh sage leaves, about 3-4 Fresh thyme, 2 sprigs Marjoram, a sprig Fresh mint leaves, 2-3 2 bay leaves 1 peeled garlic clove, to mince a handful of grated Pecorino cheese – Parmigiano as...
  2. V

    When a recipe calls for 1/2 a cup of herbs...

    Recipe I intend to cook says '1/2 cup of fresh Sage, finely chopped' So is that 1/2 a cup before or after chopping? as it could make a big difference. Take something like parsley for example which is springy and takes up a lot of room when not cut; the same recipe says '1/2 cup minced fresh...
  3. flyinglentris

    Borage Herb

    Borage is an edible herb which I have never heard of being used in cooking. It can be used in cooking, particularly with vegetables, especially cucumber. It is also often used in various beverages. It also has some significant medicinal properties. Borage wiki
  4. Borage Herb [Borago officinalis L.]

    Borage Herb [Borago officinalis L.]

    Borage Herb
  5. medtran49

    Recipe Vidalia/sweet onion tart

    I doubt I'll get this made before the challenge ends, but I wanted to enter it anyway. We've made this multiple times, but not in a very long time. It could be a starter, part of a light lunch or a side. Makes a 9-inch tart, can be doubled for 2 easily. You will need a 9 inch tart pan with a...
  6. Hemulen

    Recipe Eggplant rolls with pistachios

    Eggplant rolls with pistachios Serves 4-5 | Preparation & cooking time 1,5 hours These eggplant rolls are inspired by Georgian eggplant rolls; Nigvziani badrijani, which are filled with a paste made of walnuts, garlic, herbs (like cilantro and fenugreek), vinegar and water and garnished with...
  7. MypinchofItaly

    Recipe Baked Onions with Speck Ham and Aromatic Herbs

    Onions are cheap and available in any season, easy to prepare and perfect as a side-dish as well as a second course. We have seasoned them with aromatic herbs and Italian Speck ham from South Tyrol. Serves: 4 | Preparation time: 10 minutes | Cooking time: 20-25 minutes White onions: 8...
  8. Windigo

    The magical kitchen of the kitchen witch

    This thread is meant for the pagans/witches/and other magical folk under us who use cooking as an expression of their beliefs and religion. What is it? Kitchen witchery is for folks who want to practice magick and witchcraft with an emphasis on cooking, food, and mealtimes. Feel super...
  9. epicuric

    Herb oils

    I know we've had many threads on using oils, but does anyone actually make their own herb oils? Having been served some home made parsley oil whilst on holiday recently I am keen to have a go at making some. We have a glut of parsley in the garden, and some good quality olive oil brought back...
  10. Mountain Cat

    Recipe Miso Soup: Mushrooms, Tofu, Bok Choy, Wine, Thai Basil, & Other Herbs

    This recipe is vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free. The Thai basil in this recipe was home-grown. This idea just sounded relaxing, and the only things I bought when the idea occurred to me were the mushrooms (regular white button ones). Seeing the mushrooms, and knowing what was in my home...
  11. TastyReuben

    Recipe Macaroni With Chickpeas, Herbs, & Garlic

    MACARONI WITH CHICKPEAS, HERBS, & GARLIC Serves 4 Ingredients 12oz/350g dried short-cut macaroni 3 TBsp olive oil 1 onion, finely chopped 1 garlic clove, crushed 14oz/400g canned chickpeas, rinsed and drained 1/4 cup canned puréed tomatoes 2 TBsp chopped fresh oregano Small handful of basil...
  12. TastyReuben

    Compound Butters

    Do you make/use compound/flavored butters? I make them fairly frequently, using fresh herbs during the warm months and dried herbs in the colder months. I usually don't get too complex with them, and favorites are basil and dill. I'll also sometimes flavor butter with dried spices, etc. I'll...
  13. TastyReuben

    Do you dry your own fresh herbs?

    In the last few days, a couple of people here have mentioned, in passing, drying their own fresh herbs. I've never done that, nor did my parents do so when I was a child. I'm assuming this could be done using a food dehydrator, or in a low oven, or even air-dried, depending on your local...
  14. Morning Glory

    Do you ever put herbs in sandwiches?

    I was thinking today that I don't think I've ever put herbs in a sandwich. But why? I put lettuce leaves, raw spinach leaves, micro greens etc in sandwiches, so why no herbs. I was particularly thinking of coriander leaves as I happen to have some to use up - it was then I realised I'd never put...
  15. SatNavSaysStraightOn

    Recipe (Vegan) Tofu, Cashew Nut & Coconut Oil Herbed Boursin

    I have to say that I had my reservations about this cheese. I've made things in the past that used tofu and they were miserable failures. if you've ever just been served a slab of tofu, warmed slightly with no attempt made to do anything with it, not even drain it properly then you'll...
  16. MypinchofItaly

    Recipe Sautéed potatoes with aromatic herbs

    Serves 2, Preparation time 10 mins, Cooking time 25-30 mins 3 yellow potatoes, medium size Fresh thyme, a sprig Rosemary, a sprig Sage leaves, 2 Garlic, 2 cloves Salt and black pepper, to taste grated Parmesan, to taste Extra Virgin olive oil (Evoo) Method On a wooden chopping board, chop...
  17. Small sheltered herb patch

    Small sheltered herb patch

  18. Morning Glory

    New herbs

    I ordered (via the internet) some herbs I've never tried before: Epazote, Hyssop and Strawbini. The Epazoti is thanks to @CraigC (see here), a Mexican herb; the hyssop is whim and if anyone knows how to use it please tell me; the strawbini is not really a herb I suppose. Its a type of spinach...
  19. Morning Glory

    Freshening up herbs & salad leaves

    @timmyc wrote in another thread about freshening up parsley Well, I knew this trick but had completely forgotten about it so thanks @timmyc! I had some parsley which had gone distinctly limp and pretty well unusable and was about to throw it out - but then I remembered and plunged it into iced...
  20. SatNavSaysStraightOn

    Bouquet Garni

    Yesterday I was following a recipe (in the vague sense that I usually follow such recipes) for making onion soup when I came across instructions to tie my herbs together for removal at the end of cooking. Lacking the option, at least easily, to tie them together I ended up chopping them and...
Top Bottom