Home Grown Herb Sandwich Spread Recipe

The best recipes begin in the home garden.  In today’s post, I share my homegrown Herb Sandwich Spread Recipe

Homegrown Herb Sandwich Spread Recipe

herb mayo spread
Hard to believe this delicious herb dressing recipe started in my raised bed garden. Below is my super easy recipe you will love on most any sandwich or as a dip for your homegrown veggies.

Homegrown Herb Sandwich Spread Recipe
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Ingredients

  • 1 cups mayonnaise
  • 2 branches of parsley – chopped
  • 4 stems of chives – chopped fresh
  • 1 6’stem of basil – chopped fresh
  • 1 flower top from fresh dill – chopped
  • 2 branches of oregano – chopped fresh
  • 1 large clove of garlic – chopped

Instructions

  1. Gentle chop up herbs using a food chopper
  2. Mix all the above together by gently whipping by hand.
  3. Refrigerate for up to 1 week.
  4. Best of refrigerated for at least 1 hour before serving.

This is my own recipe! Be sure to leave a comment and let me know if you liked it.

Bren’s Herb Garden

My herb garden is all over my home and garden.  I grow herbs inside under lights (the legal kind), in my 20′ geodesic bio dome, in containers, raised beds and directly in the ground outside.

Raised Bed Gardenraised bed gardening

The recipe share originally began in the raised bed garden just outside my 10’x 12′ greenhouse. This garden is filled with leftovers from the greenhouse that I didn’t want to grow out when the temperatures got too hot in that growing space.  I remember when I planted this box I felt like I was painting on a canvas.  Raised beds can totally be the best creative zones.

In the Kitchen

food chopper
This can be a small job that you can easily chop up by hand or use a small food chopper like this [eafl id=”30407″ name=”Pampered Chef Cutting Edge Food Chopper” text=”Pampered Chef Cutting Edge Food Chopper”]. However, I do enjoy using my  [eafl id=”30406″ name=”KitchenAid KFP1466CU 14-Cup Food Processor with Exact Slice System and Dicing Kit – Contour Silver” text=”KitchenAid Food Processor”] because it is easy to clean up.

Let’s Connect

Be sure to let me know how you liked this recipe. You can keep it in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks. The tomatoes used in the photo above were grown from Park Seeds. Be sure to click over and send me a message on my to leave a comment

Happy Herb Gardening,

Comments 4

  1. meemsnyc August 11, 2010
    • Bren August 12, 2010
  2. Wendy August 22, 2010
  3. Julie March 21, 2011

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