The leaves of Sorrel are the major part of the plant that is eaten or used in culinary preparations. Sorrel is also a key element in a number of different tea preparations due to its strong antioxidant compounds, including the famous Essiac tea. Let’s see what else is found in sorrel that makes it such a wonderful addition to your diet.
Herbes de Provence, sometimes called Provençal herbs, comes from the region of Provence in the south of France. The warm summer weather in this area is excellent for growing herbs, and anyone who has traveled to Provence in the summer will remember the vibrant, purple lavender fields. Lavender is the herb that gives this blend its distinctive scent, and it works beautifully with the other herbs: thyme, marjoram, savory, oregano and rosemary. $6.99
It is widely used in soups, stir-fries, marinades, curries etc in Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Philippines, and Indonesia. Tom yum is a favorite soup name in Thailand. The soup is made of fresh lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, galangal, lime juice, fish sauce, and crushed chili peppers. Tom yum is usually added with prawns, fish, poultry or mushrooms. Ground dried lemon grass powder (sereh powder) used in place of stems in marinades in Indonesian islands.