Herb Recipes

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HANE Tincture 101 June 2024

Just imagine row after row of amber and cobalt blue bottles lining the shelves of your herbal dispensary, each neatly labeled and filled with various shades of yellow, green, and brown herbal tinctures that you’ve crafted for a specific purpose. In the online, self-paced Tincture Making 101 Mini Course, we explore the craft of tincture making from the ground up, giving you a solid foundation that will prepare you to make, use, and formulate tinctures confidently! 

This is the perfect time for the tincture course - plants are growing abundantly and you ought to take advantage of that, to harvest and prepare your herbal preparations ready for the winter. 


Herb recipes will help you add taste to your food without adding salt.

Scientists destroy whole rain forests writing about the evils of salt and fats - by using herbs as a condiment, you can cut down on salt and fats to add flavour to your food.

Many fresh herbs contain valuable vitamins as well, so we're doing ourselves no end of good - personally, I subscribe to the 80/20 rule - if I eat healthily for 80% of the time, I give myself carte blanche to eat and drink what I like for the rest of the time:-)

There are over 60 recipes on this page - scroll down to see the photos and click where you like :-)

garlic shrimp pasta

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Preview Lesson from the Introductory Herbal Course
herb butter

Herb Butters

You will find that I use dried herbs as well as fresh - not in all recipes though, you can't make pesto with dried basil for instance - but I do not subscribe to the snob element that think you should only use fresh.

Companies spend millions on researching the best methods of drying herbs - our ancestors used drying as a method of preservation for all sorts of things - we haven't all got the time to grow or the money to buy fresh plants - dried is better than nothing.

You can preserve herbs or their flavour in many ways - freeze, dry (traditionally or in the microwave) add to oils or butters - The Herb Guide will tell you how to do all those things.

Basil Herb Recipes


Tomato Basil Bisque
A creamy tomato basil bisque. Lovely topped with croutons and parmesan cheese. Serve with some crusty bread and butter.

lebanese garlic sauce

Garlic Recipes

Lebanese Garlic Sauce
A very versatile garlic sauce - salad dressing, dipping sauce or marinade. Make a quantity to keep in the fridge.

garlic prawn pasta

Garlic Prawn Pasta

Mint Recipes

Thin Mint Cookie Recipe

Good with a cup of coffee or popped into your lunch box.

Herb Recipes - Parsley


Parsley Potato
A tasty, simple potato dish - serve either as a vegetable or a main course - delicious with crusty bread to soak up the sauce.

tricolour salad


Sage Recipes



Sage Dressing Recipe
A simple sage dressing to serve with your turkey or chicken


Coriander Recipes

Coriander Chicken Stuffed Peppers
A Chicken chilli in a pepper - serve with avocado, soured cream, corn chips and tortillas. Then you eat the bowl - saves a bit of washing up :-)

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