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Savory Honey 15.5 oz

Savory Honey 15.5 oz

Regular price $40.00 USD
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Savory honey is a delightful combination of sweet honey and savory flavors. It involves infusing honey with various herbs, spices, or other ingredients to create a unique and versatile condiment. Savory honey can be used in a variety of culinary applications, from drizzling it over dishes to marinating meats and vegetables.

Product Details

Each recyclable glass jar contains 15.5 oz / 440 grams of honey.

As a natural product, pure honey may crystallize over time. To restore it to its liquid form, simply warm the jar in a bowl of warm water.

Do not feed honey to babies under one year of age.

Farm Information

Savory honey from Greece, similar to savory honey from other regions, is a delightful infusion of sweet honey with savory flavors. Greece's diverse landscape and rich culinary tradition provide an excellent environment for creating unique and flavorful variations of savory honey.

Nutrition Facts

Nutrition facts (per 100g)
Energy 1340 kj
Fat 0g, of which saturates 0g
Carbohydrate 80g, of which sugars 70g
Protein 0g
Salt 0,005g

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Pairs Well With

Savory honey, with its unique blend of sweetness and savory flavors, pairs well with a wide range of foods. Here are some popular pairings for savory honey:

Cheese: Savory honey complements a variety of cheeses, from mild to strong. Try it with goat cheese, feta, brie, or blue cheese. The sweet-savory contrast works beautifully with the creaminess and saltiness of cheese.

Meats: Savory honey can be used as a glaze for grilled or roasted meats. It pairs exceptionally well with chicken, pork, lamb, and duck. The sweetness enhances the caramelization of the meat.

Vegetables: Drizzle savory honey over roasted or grilled vegetables like carrots, sweet potatoes, or Brussels sprouts to add depth and complexity to the flavors.

Bread: Use savory honey as a spread on fresh, crusty bread or as a dip for breadsticks. The combination of sweet and savory can elevate your bread and appetizer game.

Pizza: Brush savory honey over pizza crust, and it can be a delightful addition to both traditional and gourmet pizza toppings.

Salads: Use it in salad dressings, especially when making vinaigrettes. The sweetness of the honey can balance the acidity of vinegar or lemon juice in the dressing.

Yogurt: Drizzle savory honey over Greek yogurt, and add nuts, berries, or granola for a balanced and flavorful breakfast or dessert.

Seafood: Savory honey can be used as a glaze for grilled or baked fish like salmon or trout. The sweet and savory notes enhance the fish's natural flavors.

Hors d'oeuvres: Use it as a drizzle over appetizers like stuffed mushrooms, bacon-wrapped dates, or fig and prosciutto wraps.

Charcuterie Boards: Incorporate savory honey into charcuterie boards, serving it alongside cured meats, artisanal cheeses, and an assortment of crackers and bread.

Tea and Cocktails: Add a touch of savory honey to your hot or cold beverages. It can be a delightful sweetener for tea, cocktails, or mocktails.

Marinades and Glazes: Savory honey works well in marinades and glazes for various proteins, giving them a unique and complex flavor.

Experiment with different combinations to discover your favorite pairings. The versatility of savory honey makes it a valuable addition to your kitchen, allowing you to add a sweet and savory twist to a wide range of dishes and beverages.

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