You can download our Herb Garden Guide and begin growing your own herbs for cooking right away no matter what time of year it is.
Best Culinary Herbs To Grow At Home
Even though you didn’t grow your own kitchen herbs, you are already cooking with herbs by using those little spice bottles we find at the grocery store. We all have a nice collection of herbs and spices and at least one of them is probably our secret ingredient and favorite to use.
You can grow your own kitchen herbs because it’s really pretty easy. There are a few things to know so I’ve put together an easy to use Culinary Herb Garden Guide with common herbs used for cooking you can grow at home.
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Culinary Herb Garden Guide
You will find 15 of the most commonly used cooking herbs as well as how to grow, use and preserve herbs you enjoy cooking with but don’t like paying high prices for at the grocery store.
Scroll down for a long list of recipes using fresh herbs
What’s Inside The Herb Garden Guide
Learn how to grow the herb you use the most. You can grow herbs indoors or outdoors in containers. Last year I grew Basil, Parsley and Thyme all in one container on my front porch. This year I am growing; Basil, Parsley, Thyme, Cilantro and Chives.
Beautifully designed pages you can either download as an e-book or print for your own personal reference as you learn to grow kitchen herbs.
What Herbs To Grow For Cooking
You may only want to grow a couple of your favorite herbs for cooking. I don’t always grow the same cooking herbs each year. But I love Basil so I do always grow it.
I learned to love fresh thyme and only recently learned to grow it in a container on my front porch.
Use this guide to figure out what herbs to grow for your own cooking.
Recipes Using Fresh Herbs
Peach Mango Salsa which we serve with grilled pork chops
Easy Guacamole Recipe and you know that fresh Cilantro makes it even better
Grilled Herb Rubbed Pork Chops. You will be grilling these all summer long
Basil Grilled Tomatoes. Simply mouth watering to tomato fans everywhere
Four Ingredient Mini Cheeseballs. Party food, especially at Christmas
Chicken Fajita Wraps with Cilantro Lime Sauce, a lighter meal option
Cheesy Bacon Stuffed Mini Sweet Peppers, a yummy party appetizer
Green Bean Salad with Feta Cheese, make it a side or a meal
Old Fashioned Crunchy Pea Salad, an old fashioned taste still going strong for good reason
Ginger Peach Sweet Iced Tea, not just for Southerners
Sweet Homemade Watermelon Mint Lemonade, a delightful summer beverage
Chicken Prosciutto Saltimbocca, a recipe for fresh sage to show off