Rosemary, or Rosmarinus officianalis, grows natively in the sunny and warm climates of Asia and the Mediterranean. Its fragrant evergreen needles come in a variety of colors, including purple, blue, pink, or white.
Rosemary leaves are often used as a seasoning for food, especially in Mediterranean and Italian cuisine. Since the leaves are aromatic and sweet, it can also be added to flavor meats and soups. Use whole sprigs of rosemary for seasoning poultry, as in this roasted chicken recipe. The herb is also a great addition to side dishes such as this rosemary-lemon cauliflower recipe.
While its culinary potential knows no bounds, what’s not so commonly known is that rosemary also has many health benefits…………….Read More