Oregano, both fresh and dried, pairs well with cured olives, milk cheeses, tomatoes, pork, lamb, potatoes, pasta and rice dishes. As well as being an ideal aromatic for meat stews, it can also complement olive oil sauces for grilled and baked fish. Furthermore, Dried Oregano is often complimented with garlic, onion, thyme, basil, parsley and olive oil. Best to say this herb is for savoury foods. Commonly seen in Italian baking, Oregano powder is used in a range of sauces complimenting the other flavours in the dish. Alternatively this dried herb is used in baked goods like breads and pizza. In fact, this particular herb is widely known as ‘the pizza herb’ for its wide spread use on many varieties of pizza.
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