Italian seasoning

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Italian herb mix

Italian Seasoning is a blend of ground herbs used outside of Italy to flavor many Italian dishes.

The main ingredients are basil, oregano, rosemary, and thyme.

Common additions to taste also include garlic powder, sage, and coriander.

Italian seasoning, despite its name, is not part of traditional Italian cuisine and cannot be found in any markets in Italy, except for foreign cuisine specialty stores. A similar version of it can be found in Bologna by the name of salamoia Bolognese. It consists of sea salt, rosemary, sage, garlic, and black pepper.