Epazote is an intensely aromatic herb that’s commonly used in Mexican and Guatemalan bean dishes. Because of this, it is also referred to as ‘the bean herb’.
The aroma compounds the herb do not stand up to heat very well, so only add epazote towards the very end of cooking. As well as black bean and refried bean dishes, try adding a sprinkle of epazote to quesadillas.
Epazote is known by many other names, including wormseed, Jesuit's tea, Mexican tea, mastuz and payqu.
This large 400g bag is ideal for catering purposes, as a little goes a long way! A smaller 50g pot is also available.
Allergy advice: made in a factory which also uses peanuts, nuts, sesame, celery and celeriac and mustard.
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