Italian seasoning or Italian seasoning is a mixture of herbs that is widely used in Italian-American recipes. It is curious that it has that name, even though it cannot be found in Italy.
Although it can be substituted for any dried herb in the recipes in which this ingredient is used, I have to admit that it is a very interesting mix, so taking advantage of the fact that I had to use it to prepare some baked-potatoes, I decided to give it a try and I loved it.
- 2 cucharadas de orégano
- 2 cucharadas de albahaca
- 2 cucharadas de tomillo
- 2 cucharadas de romero
- 2 cucharadas de salvia (opcional)
- 2 cucharadas de mejorana (opcional)
- Put all the ingredients in a bowl and stir until well integrated. You can also put them in a jar, close it and shake until they are integrated. Another option is to blend them all in a blender to give the Italian seasoning a finer texture.
- You can store it in an airtight container at room temperature for months.< /li>
- The herbs I used to make this recipe are all dried.
- Sage and marjoram are available at health food stores and some superstores . If you can’t find them, you can substitute them with any other ingredient or eliminate them.