Marjoram is cultivated for its aromatic leaves, either green or dry, for culinary purposes.
It is a sweet, aromatic herb related to oregano, used in a wide variety of cuisines.
It has a subtle, fruity flavor that's commonly used in French and Italian herb blends,
and in sausages and sauces from Northern Europe.Marjoram is popular in Mediterranean and North American cookery.
Add to vegetables, tomato-based dishes, stuffings, meats, sausages, preserved meats, game, poultry and pulses,
add at the end of the cooking time.