Flavor soups and sauces with Sicilian Laurel Leaves
Italian laurel leaves are frequently used in recipes from the Mediterranean region.
These laurel bay leaves can also be used as a decorative garnish for meals and cocktails.
Ciao Foods Sicilian Bay Alloro Laurel Leaves add a warm, herbal flavor to a variety of recipes. Commonly found in Mediterranean cuisine, bay laurel leaves were used by both the Ancient Greeks and Romans.
These dried laurel leaves are a convenient way to add flavor to sauces, stews, and more. They're a bit less potent than the fresh version of the leaf, making them a great way to give a recipe a richer flavor profile without overpowering other ingredients.
Toss a bay leaf in a robust pasta sauce to add a subtle aroma that results in a more well-rounded dish. Use a dried laurel leaf or two to give soups, stews, and stocks a subtle, minty, bitter flavor note. Or try adding a leaf to a savory main course or cocktail as a decorative garnish—a laurel leaf makes an eye-catching addition to a Bloody Mary.
Product of Italy