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Romarin en Feuilles

Rosemary Leaves


Le romarin relève les mets salés en leur apportant une touche provençale. Les pommes de terre et l'agneau sont ses meilleures alliances.

Il assaisonne également très bien les grillades, les viandes blanches, les tomates et le riz.

  • 100 g
  • 250 g
  • 500 g
  • 1 kg


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Rosemary raises savory dishes by bringing them a Provencal touch. Potatoes and lamb are his best alliances.

It also flavors very well grilled meats, white meats, tomatoes and rice.

Do not hesitate to sprinkle your rosemary desserts! It will wake fruit preparations (compotes, jams and pies) with apricots, figs and peaches in particular. It is also associated with dark chocolate and ganaches.

Do not forget to infuse it into your creams and ice creams to flavor them with its sweet scent. In the gastronomic tradition of Provence, he enters the preparation of shortbread citrus. Also try to marry it with cinnamon: unforgettable result!

Origin: Tunisia

Ingredients: 100% Rosemary.

Small +: Marinate a tablespoon of rosemary in 1 liter of olive oil, it is ideal to start a cooking.


In the course of history, rosemary has always had an important place in ceremonies punctuating the lives of men. It has long been a venerated aromatic plant.

He was at the center of all the ceremonies: religious, pagan, funeral, etc.

The tradition was that putting rosemary under the pillow allowed to chase evil spirits. It was the symbol of love and fidelity among newlyweds who proudly wore their rosemary wreath at the dedication.

Egyptians used it in embalming ceremonies and Greek students wore rosemary crowns to improve their intellectual abilities.

The incense burner played an important role during plague epidemics. The popular belief was that it allowed to purify the air, that's why we burned it and people carried it on them.

Rosemary is widely used in the food industry, cosmetics and perfumery, both as a flavor but also as a therapeutic plant.

It is a honey plant that gives a honey of high quality to the amber color and the strong perfume: the honey of rosemary also called honey of Narbonne which was one of the constituents of the theriac of the western maritime pharmacopoeia in the 18th century.


It can be used in many ways. Like most aromatic plants, it can be used everywhere!

First of all, it can be used as an infusion in sauce dishes, stews, soups and soups, marinades, ratatouille, wine sauce, etc.

By using it in this way, we can even integrate it into desserts a little original: custard, cream, jam, ice cream, coulis, etc.

The rose of the sailors will put pep's in your fruity desserts (compotes, pies, cakes), that it is with the apricots, the fig or the peach. Do not hesitate to associate it with chocolate.

Use it to make a flavored oil, such as olive oil. You can do the same with vinegar.

It is part of the herbs of the bouquet garni.

Otherwise, the rosemary is used perfectly grilled. You can crumble it everywhere, in all meats (chicken, red meats, game, etc.), fish (foil for example), grilled meats, rice, tomatoes and vegetables.

It goes well with potatoes and lamb.

You can also try smoking your barbequed meat with rosemary: put the herb directly on the charcoal before cooking your meat!

Level spice, it combines perfectly with cinnamon.


Here is a good reason, in addition to its taste properties, to buy rosemary. This herb has many therapeutic benefits. To do this, you can consume rosemary in your food, or infuse it in water (1 tablespoon per 1 liter of water).

The marine rose is excellent for digestion because it activates the gall bladder and liver. It is a natural antibacterial and antimycotic.

Rosemary has long been used as a stimulant for the nervous, respiratory and musculoskeletal systems. It is recommended during fatigue and temporary depression.

There is evidence that rosemary relieves rheumatic disorders and peripheral blood circulation (hands, feet, legs).

It is a good source of antioxidant, an anti-pain and a good remedy for stress and anxiety.

Some studies have shown its hepatoprotective, antiulcer, antispasmodic and antimicrobial properties.

Young children and pregnant women are advised not to consume too much rosemary.

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