Organic Prime Rib Seasoning and Marjoram - some surprisingly hearty meals!

marjoram with scissors with twine on cutting board

Marjoram is a perennial herb with pine and citrus flavors. It is a close relative to oregano and in the Middle East it is called sweet oregano. The tops are cut as the plant begins to flower and are laid to dry in the shade. Our organic marjoram is from Egypt. It's native to Cyprus and southern Turkey. It is used in soups, stews, dressings, and sauces.

Prime Rib Seasoning is a perfect blend of organic dehydrated vegetables such as onion, tomato and garlic with sea salt and paprika along with other organic spices. It's earthy, mildly spiced, and peppery. It was made with a prime rib in mind but also delicious on vegan proteins.

crispy prime rib seasoning with rosemary in the background on wood cutting board

We have to feature a perfect prime rib for our Prime Rib Seasoning. You can hear the crunch when cutting it just by looking at the crispy outside. The trick is to leave the meat uncovered in the fridge the night before in order to dry out the outside-- this allows for the perfect salty crunch.

This squash is stuffed with chopped turkey pieces and onion seasoned with marjoram. It has a sweeter flavor profile and tastes delicious as a healthy fall dish.

stuffed squash with turkey and marjoram pieces and butternut squash
vegan proteins over couscous in a pan

Our Prime Rib seasoning is so versatile, you can season your vegan proteins with it. Here we picked a soy protein and seasoned it with our spices before cooking. Serve over a bed of couscous and veggies!

Heirloom tomatoes and ricotta cheese on flatbread sprinkled with our organic marjoram and freshly cracked black pepper. Use any vegetables that you like such as sliced zucchini to create a light and fresh flatbread.

tomato on flatbread with cheese


Prime rib or vegan proteins, which would you choose? Have you tried vegan proteins before?

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