Oregano, Mexican Broken Leaf

Mexican oregano has a more robust taste than Greek oregano, with an astringent bitterness that pairs well with rich or spicy flavors. This broken leaf form holds up well to long cooking times for chilies, moles, and stews.
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Mexican oregano comes from a plant in the verbena family, native to Mexico and Central America. It’s used in Mexican and Latin cooking to add a bright astringency that counters the rich flavors of meats and beans. Use this Mexican oregano to add an authentic flavor to chili, moles, bean dishes, and braised meats.

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