Rosemary is an herb with a strong taste, used originally in Mediterranean cuisine. While some people use it as a garnish, it typically is added during food preparation for flavor. In addition to cooking, it can also be used in aromatherapy.
Like the rest of the seasoning mixes in the Pampered Chef's product line, the Rosemary Herb variety comes in a small plastic bottle. The label is mostly brown and tan in color. The lid has two flip-top openings of varying size to pour with.
A single serving of the Rosemary Herb Seasoning Mix is 1/4 of a teaspoon (1 gram). There are about 56 servings in each bottle.
Each 1/4 of a teaspoon serving has 0 calories, total fat, and protein. A serving contains 90 milligrams of sodium and 1 gram of total carbohydrates. A 1/4 teaspoon also has 4% of the recommended daily intake of vitamin C.
The ingredients list includes Spices, Salt, Lemon Peel, Garlic. The label does not provide a breakdown of exactly what spices are used.
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There is no allergy warning listed.
The label claims the seasoning mix was made in the USA, but does not provide a manufacturer.
The bottle is recyclable, but the recyclable mark is located on the bottom of the bottle and is difficult to see.
Despite rosemary having a reputation as a fairly powerful herb, the Pampered Chef's Rosemary Herb Seasoning Mix was a bit of a disappointment. While I was able to taste the rosemary flavor, it isn't particularly powerful. It can be easily overwhelmed by other flavors in a meal. The mix also has a strong salty taste to it.
The Rosemary Herb Seasoning Mix has 4% of a person's daily sodium intake in each 1/4 teaspoon serving, which is a bit of a concern.
I frequently had to use more than a 1/4 teaspoon to taste much of the rosemary flavor.