About Marugu / Marjoram (Raw)
Marjoram, also known as sweet marjoram, is an aromatic herb in the mint family that has been grown in the Mediterranean, North Africa, and Western Asia for thousands of years ( 1 ). While similar to oregano, it has a milder flavor and is often used to garnish salads, soups, and meat dishes.
Benefits of Marugu / Marjoram (Raw)
Dried marjoram is a popular addition to salad dressings, meat dishes, and preserved meats such as German sausage. Used in both fresh and dried form, marjoram is subtler than its relative oregano and well suited to delicate vegetables, tomato-based dishes, such as tomato sauce and pizza, and poultry seasoning.