As well as having a slightly sweeter flavour with citrus and earthy undertones, Mexican oregano and European oregano come from unrelated plants. The difference between the two are significant.
As it compliments spicy food with rich meaty flavours, Mexican oregano is used extensively in recipes from moles, pozole, stews, tacos, enchiladas - the list goes on.
Made in a factory that also handles Peanuts, nuts, sesame, celery and mustard.
Ingredients: Mexican oregano.
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