From fish crumble to stuffing, find lots of ways to use marjoram in recipes here. Marjoram has a delicate flavour similar to oregano.
This is the perfect roast turkey recipe. The maple butter adds a touch of sweetness that is just divine, while the apple brandy adds a secret something to the gorgeous gravy. A family favourite! Substitute 2 teaspoons dried marjoram if fresh marjoram is not available.
The classic accompaniment to a French roast chicken is the green salad with a French dressing. Remember, a green salad can be anything from single cabbage leaves to a mixture of salad greens, such as cucumber, spring onions and watercress.
Keep this mixture in salt shakers to serve at the table instead of salt. Excellent for a salt-free diet!
In this simple, thin-crust pizza, the sweetness of caramelised onions is balanced by the saltiness of feta cheese.
Mixed green salad served with a vinaigrette made with fresh herbs - a quick side dish that can be served with any meal. Making your own dressing might seem hard, but it really couldn't be easier!
Crunchy-coated chicken breasts are filled with a luscious, but low-fat, cream cheese and marjoram stuffing. Try serving with new potatoes and asparagus or mangetout. For a dinner party, serve wtih Roasted Asparagus with Caramelised Shallot Dressing (on this website).
Chicken breasts basted with a medley of herbs. Can also be made with skinless, boneless meat.
Grilled slices of polenta topped with a creamy, melting mixture of Gorgonzola and ricotta cheeses is a delicious dish, ideal for a tempting starter. It is served hot with a garnish of mixed salad leaves.
A beef Bourguignon recipe that results in succulent beef that is perfectly braised in beef stock and red wine. The addition of dried marjoram and thyme make this recipe special. A lovely winter warmer.
This bread gets all it's flavour from fresh rosemary, thyme and marjarom. I like to brush on a little olive oil and some salt before cooking it.