Starwest Botanicals Organic Thyme Leaf Cut, 1-pound Bag

Starwest Botanicals Organic Thyme Leaf Cut, 1-pound Bag

Starwest Botanicals Organic Thyme Leaf Cut, 1-pound Bag

Starwest Botanicals Organic Thyme Leaf Cut, 1-pound Bag:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I frequently and predictably use thyme for Italian dishes and salad dressing, but I have other fun uses for it as well. In particular, it is delicious in potato salad, on air-fried French fries, and in an asparagus dish I make. This particular brand of thyme is excellent. It is fresh and fragrant and adds a wonderful flavor to my recipes. I’ve included two of them below. Note that I myself use organic ingredients as much as possible, but the recipes will still work if you do not have organic ingredients.AIR-FRIED FRENCH FRIESIngredients6 lbs. unpeeled potatoes1 tablespoon olive oil1 teaspoon sea salt1 tablespoon Mrs. Dash Herb amp; Garlic Seasoning Blend1 teaspoon thymeInstructions1. Use a French fry cutter to prepare the potatoes, but you can slice them by hand if you do not have one of these very handy devices.2. Place the potatoes in a large bowl.3. Pour the olive oil and spices over the potatoes, then toss them thoroughly.4. Place one-third of the potatoes in an electric air fryer (mine is a GoWISE USA 7-Quart Electric Air Fryer) in the very bottom tray. Make sure the potatoes are in a single layer. Cook the first batch at 400 degrees F. for 12-15 minutes, pulling out the drawer and shaking them every few minutes until they arrive at your preferred degree of brownness. The air fryer will need 2 minutes less for each successive batch to reach the same degree of brownness, so about 10-13 minutes for batch two and 8-11 minutes for batch three.5. If you wish to serve the potatoes all at once, in order for them to stay hot, keep the first two batches at 200 degrees F. on a tray in a toaster oven or on a cookie sheet in the oven of a stove.ASPARAGUS AND STEWED TOMATOESIngredients1 lb. fresh asparagus spears15.5 ounce can of diced tomatoes1/2 teaspoon garlic powder1/2 teaspoon salt1/4 teaspoon pepper1/2 teaspoon Mrs. Dash Original Seasoning Blend1/2 teaspoon thyme1 tablespoon lemon juiceInstructions1. Wash the asparagus spears and cut them in half (if desired).2. Place the asparagus and the diced tomatoes (do NOT drain them) in a large wok or large soup pot.3. Add the spices and the lemon juice to the asparagus/tomato mixture and toss well.4. Cover the wok/pot and cook the asparagus-tomato mixture over medium-high heat until the asparagus is tender.5. Serve hot with Parmesan sprinkled on top (I use vegan Parmesan--see below).VEGAN PARMESANIngredients1 cup raw cashew pieces1/4 cup nutritional yeast1 teaspoon saltInstructions1. Place all the ingredients in a blender or a food processor and blend/process until the ingredients are the consistency of a coarse powder.2. Store in a sealed container. It will stay fresh for 5-6 weeks in the refrigerator or indefinitely in the freezer.ranking top18,sale item,nashville-davidson mallStarwest Botanicals Organic Thyme Leaf Cut, 1-pound Bag
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  • Latin/Botanical Name - Thymus vulgaris
  • Certified Organic by QAI - In accordance with the USDA National Organic Program Guidelines
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One pound of certified organic thyme cut packaged in a polyfoil resealable bag.


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Starwest Botanicals Organic Thyme Leaf Cut, 1-pound Bag

Starwest Botanicals Organic Thyme Leaf Cut, 1-pound Bag:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I frequently and predictably use thyme for Italian dishes and salad dressing, but I have other fun uses for it as well. In particular, it is delicious in potato salad, on air-fried French fries, and in an asparagus dish I make. This particular brand of thyme is excellent. It is fresh and fragrant and adds a wonderful flavor to my recipes. I’ve included two of them below. Note that I myself use organic ingredients as much as possible, but the recipes will still work if you do not have organic ingredients.AIR-FRIED FRENCH FRIESIngredients6 lbs. unpeeled potatoes1 tablespoon olive oil1 teaspoon sea salt1 tablespoon Mrs. Dash Herb amp; Garlic Seasoning Blend1 teaspoon thymeInstructions1. Use a French fry cutter to prepare the potatoes, but you can slice them by hand if you do not have one of these very handy devices.2. Place the potatoes in a large bowl.3. Pour the olive oil and spices over the potatoes, then toss them thoroughly.4. Place one-third of the potatoes in an electric air fryer (mine is a GoWISE USA 7-Quart Electric Air Fryer) in the very bottom tray. Make sure the potatoes are in a single layer. Cook the first batch at 400 degrees F. for 12-15 minutes, pulling out the drawer and shaking them every few minutes until they arrive at your preferred degree of brownness. The air fryer will need 2 minutes less for each successive batch to reach the same degree of brownness, so about 10-13 minutes for batch two and 8-11 minutes for batch three.5. If you wish to serve the potatoes all at once, in order for them to stay hot, keep the first two batches at 200 degrees F. on a tray in a toaster oven or on a cookie sheet in the oven of a stove.ASPARAGUS AND STEWED TOMATOESIngredients1 lb. fresh asparagus spears15.5 ounce can of diced tomatoes1/2 teaspoon garlic powder1/2 teaspoon salt1/4 teaspoon pepper1/2 teaspoon Mrs. Dash Original Seasoning Blend1/2 teaspoon thyme1 tablespoon lemon juiceInstructions1. Wash the asparagus spears and cut them in half (if desired).2. Place the asparagus and the diced tomatoes (do NOT drain them) in a large wok or large soup pot.3. Add the spices and the lemon juice to the asparagus/tomato mixture and toss well.4. Cover the wok/pot and cook the asparagus-tomato mixture over medium-high heat until the asparagus is tender.5. Serve hot with Parmesan sprinkled on top (I use vegan Parmesan--see below).VEGAN PARMESANIngredients1 cup raw cashew pieces1/4 cup nutritional yeast1 teaspoon saltInstructions1. Place all the ingredients in a blender or a food processor and blend/process until the ingredients are the consistency of a coarse powder.2. Store in a sealed container. It will stay fresh for 5-6 weeks in the refrigerator or indefinitely in the freezer.ranking top18,sale item,nashville-davidson mallStarwest Botanicals Organic Thyme Leaf Cut, 1-pound Bag