My pantry is pretty well-stocked with herbs and spices, but there are just some that I never keep on hand–like marjoram or savory. But because I know of common herb and spice substitutions, I can still make just about any recipe that calls for even the spices I do not have on hand. So…I decided …
Mediterranean Potato Hash Recipe | The Mediterranean Dish. An easy breakfast hash with potatoes, chickpeas, asparagus, tomatoes and Mediterranean spices and fresh herbs. Comes together in less than 30 mins. See the step-by-step today on The Mediterranean Dish.
When it is time to cook, grill the chicken, if you’re cooking outside, or broil, if you’re cooking in. The high heat helps to mellow out the pungency of the garlic while giving the chicken an attractively speckled black-and-brown sear. (Photo: Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times)
This recipe was inspired by the Middle Eastern dried seasoning mix called za’atar, a combination of herbs (usually thyme, oregano and marjoram), sesame seeds and sumac, often spiked with salt. Here, fresh herbs are substituted for the dried, which, along with fresh parsley and mint and plenty of lemon and garlic, are used to marinated boneless chicken thighs. (Photo: Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times)