Marjoram is the dried leaves of Marjorana hortensis Moench. Marjoram is a low bushy plant belonging to the mint family and grown as an annual. The leaves are grayish green, narrow, and about 1 cm long, and possess a pleasant aromatic odor and have a warm, slightly bitter taste. Marjoram is native to the Mediterranean region and Western Asia.
• Mix 1 tsp. Ground Marjoram with 2 lbs. ground meat in your favorite meatloaf recipe.
• Use 1/4 tsp. to 3 cups unseasoned bread cubes for stuffing for poultry, pork or veal.
• Add to meat gravies, barbecue sauce, spaghetti sauce or pizza sauce.