Do your terracotta pots need a dash of flavor? Growing oregano can add a whole new level of flavor to your cooking!
When it comes to ‘flavor boosters’ for your dishes, oregano is an essential herb that no kitchen should be without. With its strongly tasting and pungent leaves, oregano is a perennial herb that’s commonly used in Italian, Greek, and Mexican cuisine. Plus, it can easily be grown in any environment—especially in Terrachi Clay terracotta pots.
And here’s the best part: oregano is often used dried, which means you don’t have to worry about tracking down fresh ingredients all the time. You can use it in conjunction with chili, garlic, tomatoes, onions, and olives and still relish its unique flavor.
But that’s not all: oregano can also be used to make tea! All you have to do is infuse leaves and flowering tops of oregano in hot water—the perfect way to enjoy the taste and aroma of this delicious herb.
For those of you looking to cultivate your own oregano in your kitchen, the trick is to choose a warm, sunny position for your terracotta pot. It’s a great way to get young children involved in the garden and teach them the importance of herbs in cooking at the same time. Feel free to take it a step further and make it a fun arts and crafts activity as well!
So why not add some flavor to your kitchen with some oregano grown in a Terrachi Clay terracotta pot? It’s an easy, friendly, and flavorful way to spruce up any dish.