Using Fresh Rosemary In Recipes

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What can you do with fresh rosemary?

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  • Sweets. Rosemary is perfect for sweets, adding intrigue and complexity wherever it goes. ...
  • Sauces and Relishes. Though rosemary is usually a long-steeping herb, it can be used as a last-minute addition to add mild notes to quick-cooking items like pan sauces and relishes.
  • Cheese. Rosemary and cheese are meant for each other. ...
  • Your Rosemary Tips and Tricks. ...

How to make rose water {for recipes} using fresh flowers?

The Simmering Method

  • Prep the roses Remove the petals from the stems until you have ½ to 1 cup of fresh petals (¼ cup is plenty if you’re using dried). ...
  • Add petals and water to the pot Submerge the petals in just enough water to cover them (about 1 ½ cup). ...
  • Turn the burner to medium Place the pot on the stove and bring the water to a simmer. ...

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How to grow, store and use rosemary in recipes?

  • Set seeds in potting mix, cover with a light dusting of soil, and water gently. ...
  • Cover pots with a humidity tent and place in a warm spot.
  • Once seedlings begin to emerge, remove the humidity tent. ...
  • When rosemary seedlings are about 3 inches tall, begin hardening them off before transplanting to the garden or larger containers.

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Can I substitue fresh rosemary for dried rosemary?

The good news is that you can use the following rule of thumb as a general guideline when substituting dried rosemary for fresh rosemary, or vice versa: 1 tablespoon fresh = 1 teaspoon dried If your recipe calls for rosemary sprigs instead of teaspoons of fresh rosemary, you can assume that one small/medium sprig will equal about one teaspoon of fresh rosemary.

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