Thyme; tarragon; or savory
I thought I had some of this, but I don't. What can I do for a substitute? It's for the Sausage & Apple Herb Stuffing recipe.
Thyme; tarragon; or savory
GOT THIS FROM ABOUT.COM
Whenever substituting, you must realize that the flavor will not be as originally intended in the recipe. As such, it is wise to begin your substitution with half the specified recipe amount and then adjust to your own personal tastes. You should always feel free to adjust and add to any recipe to suit yourself and your family. Who knows? You just might create a new family favorite!
Allspice--USE Cinnamon; cassia; dash of nutmeg or mace; or dash of cloves
Aniseed--USE Fennel seed or a few drops anise extract
Chili Powder --USE Dash bottled hot pepper sauce plus a combination of oregano and cumin
Cinnamon--USENutmeg or allspice (use only 1/4 of the amount)
Cloves--USE Allspice; cinnamon; or nutmeg
Cumin --USE Chili powder
Ginger--USEAllspice; cinnamon; mace; or nutmeg
Mace --USE Allspice; cinnamon; ginger; or nutmeg
Nutmeg--USE Cinnamon; ginger; or mace
Saffron--USEDash turmeric (for color)
Basil-- USE Oregano or thyme
Chervil--USE Tarragon or parsley
Chive --USE Green onion; onion; or leek
Italian Seasoning--USE Blend of any of these: basil, oregano, rosemary, and ground red pepper
Marjoram--USEBasil; thyme; or savory
Mint--USE Basil; marjoram; or rosemary
OreganO--USE Thyme or basil
Parsley--USE Chervil or cilantro
Poultry Seasoning --USE Sage plus a blend of any of these: thyme, marjoram, savory, black pepper, and rosemary
Red Pepper--USE Dash bottled hot pepper sauce or black pepper
Rosemary--USEThyme; tarragon; or savory
Sage--USE Poultry seasoning; savory; marjoram; or rosemary
Savory--USE Thyme; marjoram; or sage
Tarragon--USE Chervil; dash fennel seed; or dash aniseed
Thyme--USE Basil; marjoram; oregano; or savory
Last edited by chellb1234; 11-24-2011 at 03:47 PM.
This is too late to help you today, but here is how I figure out PC pantry substitutes.
The PC cookbooks usually have a Chef's Corner tip on subtitutions for pantry ingredients, so all you need to do is find a recipe that has that pantry item.
On CC, I searched for "Specify Ingredients = rosemary herb"
That brought up this list:
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Artichoke Chicken with Roasted Potatoes,29 Minutes to Dinner,15
Crusty Herb Cheese Bread, Product Use and Care
Deep-Dish Artichoke Focaccia,It's Good for You,25
Grilled Garlic Bread,Casual Cooking,25
Grilled Rosemary Pork Chops,Casual Cooking,15
Mushroom Focaccia Bread,All the Best,37
Portobello Pita Pockets,It's Good for You,29
Roast Breast of Turkey with Apple Scented Pan Gravy, Product Use and Care
Roasted Garlic & Red Pepper Dip,It's Good for You,24
Rosemary Herb Chicken Bites, Product Use and Care
Rosemary Pita Chips, It's Good for You, 22
Rosemary Pita Chips,The Pampered Chef® Stoneware Inspirations,22
Sausage and Apple Herbed Stuffing, Product Use and Care
Savory Herbed Stuffing, Product Use and Care
Now, this won't help if you're a new consultant without any cookbooks. The Product Use and Care recipes never show the substitutions, but the newer cookbook recipes usually do.
From 29 Minutes To Dinner, the Chef's Corner note says:
1 tsp crushed dried rosemary, 1/4 tsp salt, 1/8 tsp coarsely ground black pepper
All the Best just says to substitute crushed dried rosemary leaves.
Just something to keep in mind for the future - if you have the newer cookbooks, they usually have substitutions in them.