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Tarte tatin with basil cream
115—120 Min Medium
Trout in paper parcels with melting tomatoes
55—65 Min Medium
Basil Crepes with Salmon and Lime Mayonnaise
40—60 Min Medium
Grilled Rolled Chicken with Grilled Potatoes
45—60 Min Easy
An herb fit for a king
With its understated sweet, warming flavor, it’s no wonder basil has earned itself the nickname of the royal herb. Basil is a staple ingredient in Italian dishes such as pizza and pasta, and also makes a delicious addition to vegetables, soups, fish and meat.
Distinguished but delicate
Basil quickly loses its wonderful aromatic flavor during cooking, and you should also avoid storing it in excessively dry conditions. To get the most out of its wonderful aromatic flavor, it should be exposed to as little heat as possible and only added to food shortly before serving.
The delicate touch from Kotányi
Basil is more sensitive than almost any other herb. If not dried extensively with enough care, it can lose almost all of its flavor. That’s why we source all of our basil from trusted suppliers that meet our strict criteria.