Tone's Sweet Basil Leaf - 5.5 oz. shaker
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* sweet basil
* (ground) rosemary
* cayenne/red chili flakes (based on preference)
* turmeric/curcumin (the latter would be impressive)
* a pinch of ground lemongrass
* don't forget the pepper!
With a few exceptions, it turns pretty much any frozen pizza into a beast.
You will have the most pain-relieving pizza ever.
Works best with grass/herb alongside...if you catch me, 420ers.
My favorite recipe using Basil is my own version of one in Heartburn. If you google "Linguine Alla Cecca Nora Ephron" you should be able to find the recipe from her novel. For my own quick & easy version, I combine drained canned diced tomatoes (I like Furmano's) with olive oil, a halved peeled garlic clove, and plenty of dried Basil in a bowl. If you like it spicier, you can add red pepper flakes. Cook linguine, drain. Remove the garlic cloves from the tomato mix and discard - you're just going for subtle flavoring, not full-on garlic breath. Pour tomatoes over pasta and mix. Heaven! For variations, I add things like chopped clams, chopped black olives, or capers, depending on what I've got on-hand.
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Great amount of basil for the price, however it is not as finely cut as I usually like.
I generally get chopped basil leaves to use on top of pasta, so I can REALLY tell if I... Read more
For me Tone's is the best brand for dehydrated spices. I believe that you will enjoy this product.Published 6 months ago by John
We love TONES mega spices and herbs. We have a large group of people in our house so happy not to have to use the dinky little jars!Published 10 months ago by Karen Kocik