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Dried herbs and seasonings add value to your dishes. They will jazz up any dish and take it from bland and boring to breathtakingly delicious in just one sprinkle.

Getting the best form your dried herbs and seasonings

In a recipe, 1 tsp dried herbs equals 1 tbsp fresh. In general, use 1/4 – 1/2 of dried herbs per serving.

To release flavour, dried herbs are best rehydrated. Add either at the beginning of cooking, or about 20 minutes before the end.

Try mixing herbs with 1 tsp of oil and leaving for 10-15 minutes before using in dressings, marinades or sauces. Instead of sprinkling dried oregano on a pizza, steep in a little oil and use as a drizzle.

Dried herbs are a useful way to cut down on salt. Where possible, add them during cooking rather than sprinkling on top.