Native to the Mediterranean region, oregano is also known as wild marjoram and is used extensively in Italian and Greek cookery. Oregano’s delicate sweetness combined with spiciness adds warmth to any dish.



Sweet and peppery slight lemony flavour.

Oregano and Asparagus


Add just at the end of cooking, so that it retains its pungency.

Goes with:

Capsicum, tomato, olives, rissoles, sauces, egg, pork, seafood, lamb, eggplant, chicken and zucchini.

Oregano Chicken

Classic uses:

Greek salad, pizza toppings, marinades, spaghetti bolognaises, souvlaki, tomato sauce, pizza, pasta, lamb, poultry stuffing or a rub, moussaka and Greek-style dishes that feature feta, chicken or fish.

Health benefits:

Aids digestion.
A good source of potassium, calcium, manganese, iron, magnesium and fibre.
A rich in poly-phenolic flavonoid anti-oxidants.

Oregano Health Benefits
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