Spice up a classic minestrone soup with a dash of this herb for some more fierce flavor. Another classic dish, fried gnocchi, can be improved with a melted butter and sage sauce.
Any comfort food you can think of is only made better with sage. Macaroni and cheese, biscuits, mashed potatoes, butternut squash soups, or even pumpkin dishes all offer flavors that compliment this multidimensional herb. Though meats are often seen as the perfect companion to this herb, mushrooms can be fried with it in a pan of oil for a delicious flavor result and a great meat alternative. There are endless possibilities for cooking with sage.
Sage is high in calcium and is great for vegans if they are looking for a calcium alternative.
We like to use it when cooking sausages, poultry, pork, beef, lamb and fish. Traditionally, this herb gives the strong, memorable flavor to quintessential holiday staples like turkey and stuffing. Savory foods are made even better with this herbâ€™s incredible presence.
Sage balances well with balsamic vinegar, cream, cheese, lemons, mushrooms and onions. It also complements red wine.
It pairs well with basil, bay leaves, black pepper, garlic, lavender, oregano, rosemary and thyme.
You'll receive a half an ounce is a reclosable pack.