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Bay leaves release their fragrant, warm flavours gradually and therefore should be added to cooking liquids early in the cooking process. They also add a fresh, eucalyptus note. Fresh leaves are often bitter, whereas dried leaves are not. They are a major component of France's traditional bouquet garni along with thyme and parsley.
The general cooking ratio is one bay leaf for every three tablespoons of oil in a dish. Allow time for the flavour compounds to disperse in cooking liquids.
Flat Pack: 4" x 6" x 2", contains 1/2 cup.
Ingredients: Bay leaves
Storage: Store in a cool, dry and dark place away from heat.
Allergen: May contain mustard, sesame seeds and/or other common allergens.