Recipes from the British HERB Kitchen

THE HERBIEST HERB OMELETTE

THE HERBIEST HERB OMELETTE

A confession. I love an omelette. Actually, any eggy dish where the egg is cooked to form its own container for the other stuff in the pan. Omelette, Frittata, Tortilla. The French, Italians and Spanish might all lay claim...

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BROAD BEAN & CHERVIL SALAD

BROAD BEAN & CHERVIL SALAD

Chervil is one of those herbs that has grown in Britain for hundreds of years but has largely disappeared from our shelves. Well known to Elizabethan cooks, it has so many culinary uses. It complements eggs, chicken, fish...

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BAY-INFUSED CHEESE SCONES

BAY-INFUSED CHEESE SCONES

These Bay-infused wholemeal herby cheese scones are light and easy to make, if you can resist eating them hot from the oven (for which you should get a very big prize) then heat them up before serving and watch them...

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GIN AND JUNIPER CURED SALMON

GIN AND JUNIPER CURED SALMON

Curing your own salmon couldn’t be simpler, particularly with British Herb Kitchen’s Juniper and Lemon Verbena salt. We have been gathering Juniper berries in the Highlands and harvesting bay in Cambridgeshire, for our...

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LEMON VERBENA SHORTBREAD

LEMON VERBENA SHORTBREAD

MAKES: about 30 biscuits PREP TIME: 20 mins COOK TIME: 40 mins INGREDIENTS 210g softened butter 100g caster sugar 300g plain flour 1 tbsp fresh or dried lemon verbena A mixture of 1 tsp lemon verbena and 1 tsp granulated...

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TOMATO & LOVAGE TART

TOMATO & LOVAGE TART

September’s Herb of the Month is Lovage. For far too long we have ignored this lovely, once-popular herb. We’ve written about it before in the ‘Lovin’ the Lovage’ blog and here’s another recipe to encourage you to venture...

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JOIN ME AT THE BRITISH HERB KITCHEN BLOG

Join me and get to know our once great British herbs. Through the British Herb Kitchen blog I’ll bring you recipes, growing tips, health benefits and a little bit of quirky history. I’ll also be showcasing some of the best of our British artisan products, from all corners of the British Isles.

Each month we’ll celebrate one particular British herb. For our celebrity ‘Herb of the Month’ I’ll share info on how to cook with it, how to source it or grow it, and lots of other good stuff.

‘Herbidacious’ as they used to say on 1960's children’s TV show, The Herbs – let’s go into the British Herb Kitchen.

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