Ocimum basilicum L.
With its name derived from the Greek for ‘King’, Basil is often referred to as ‘The King of Herbs’. Sweet and slightly peppery / spicy, it is a firm favourite amongst the culinary herbs being a staple of Italian cooking – it’s a main ingredient in Pesto, typically scattered on Caprese salads, and is widely used in pasta sauces and marinades or sprinkled over pizzas. It can also be combined with fruits to complement the flavours of Raspberries, Strawberries and Peaches amongst others.
- Type of drying:
- Dry, ambient temperature, out of direct light, in original packaging
- min. durability:
- deliverer type:
- , January, February, March, September
- signs of quality:
- Kosher certificate Halal certificate IFS QCCP®
Nutrient Contents per 100g
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