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Add luster to milder dishes.

Summer Savory
(Satureja hortensis)
Summer Savory, Chopped

Often compared to marjoram or thyme, summer savory has a spicy aroma and pungent, peppery flavor that’s milder and less penetrating than its cousin, winter savory.

It’s a key ingredient in classic herb blends like bouquet garni and fines herbes. And is indispensable for kicking up mild foods without overpowering them.

Use it to brighten everything from omelets to chowders. Or combine it with snipped chives, lemon and mayonnaise to coat chicken or fish.

Fun Fact: In Germany, summer savory is also called bohnenkraut, or bean herb, because it pairs so well with bean dishes.

Our Summer Savory is only summer savory. Spice Islands® spices and herbs don’t contain added sugar, fillers or other ingredients so you get the most authentic flavor every time.

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