Member's Mark Thyme Leaves (7 oz.)
About this item
- Dried thyme leaves
- An aromatic and versatile herb that completes a range of dishes
- Works well with other Mediterranean herbs
- Zero calories, sodium and fat
Give any meal an earthy and well-balanced flavor by incorporating Member's Mark Thyme Leaves by Tone's. This simple and versatile herb is popular in a variety of tasty dishes and is a must-have in homes that do plenty of savory cooking as well as in commercial kitchens,
About Member's Mark Thyme Leaves by Tone's
This 7-oz. shaker jar holds multiple servings of dried thyme leaves. It’s the aromatic and earthy herb that is used to complement a range of dishes, particularly when seasoning meats and in Italian and Mediterranean cuisines. This jar of dried thyme leaves is manufactured by Tone’s, dubbed the oldest spice company in America and a family company with a long legacy of excellence and quality products.
In What Dishes Are Dried Thyme Leaves Best?
Dried thyme leaves are perfect alongside other seasonings, such as oregano, garlic, basil and rosemary to create savory, gourmet flavors. Use it as a spice rub for lamb, chicken, pork and beef to enhance the meat’s natural juices. Dried thyme can also be used to season bread and in simple appetizers, like when used to toss feta cheese and olives. It’s also become a trend for forward-thinking restaurants to incorporate thyme into desserts, such as thyme and hibiscus ice cream or thyme and honey cakes.
Are There Other Uses for Member's Mark Thyme Leaves?
Yes! Dried thyme has a long history of being utilized for a range of household and medicinal purposes. Here are some other clever uses for dried thyme leaves:
- Make a soothing pot of thyme leaf tea and sip your way to natural herbal relaxation.
- Make a hair rinse using dried thyme leaves and rosemary and enjoy silky soft locks the natural way.
- Thyme has natural antibacterial properties which help make it an excellent skin cleanser. Simply mix with liquid castile soap, pure honey and water.
- Thyme has been considered a natural remedy for sore and achy throats. Make your own cough syrup by soaking dried thyme leaves in freshly-boiled for 20 minutes. Strain, mix in honey, sip and enjoy for up to two months.