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Steak seasoning: 3 herbs that’ll elevate your steak’s flavor

Steak seasoning: 3 herbs that’ll elevate your steak’s flavor

Herbs on a kitchen table with woman in the background.


Herbs are naturally delicious. They give your cooking a color, aroma, and flavor that can make all the difference. But, with so many herbs out there in the culinary world, it’s hard to know which ones to use when you’re having guests over and want to prepare the perfect steak.


Fear not! We’ve got you covered with the Click and Grow Steak Seasoning Mix. What is it exactly? A pack of 9 plant pods (3x Curly Parsley, 3x Thyme, 3x Cilantro) that happen to be perfect for steaks! You can grow all at once - perfect for filling a Smart Garden 9


To whet your appetite, here’s a quick rundown of each herb. Keep in mind that while these herbs are great for steak seasoning, their versatility makes them terrific in other dishes too! We've also included some recipe ideas to inspire you.


Curly Parsley


Curly Parsley against a white background.


Flavor:

Clean and peppery with just a hint of earthiness.


Nutrition:

Its leaves are high in Vitamin A. Stalks are high in dietary fiber, B Vitamins and Vitamin C, and low in sugars.


Ideal room temperature for growing:

18-30 °C / 64-86 °F. 


Harvest time:

35-84 days after planting.


Fun fact:

Parsley acts as a natural breath freshener! Chewing this herb can help freshen breath and mask bad odors.


Recipe Ideas:

Traditional English parsley sauce

Steak with parsley-garlic butter

Chimichurri Sauce



Thyme


Thyme against a white background.


Flavor:

Sharp, earthy and slightly minty. Also contains floral notes, similar to what you’d expect from herbs such as lavender or rosemary.


Nutrition:

Naturally rich in Vitamin A and Vitamin C.


Ideal room temperature for growing:

18-30 °C / 64-86 °F. 


Harvest time:

35-84 days after planting


Fun fact:

There are over 350 species of this popular herb!


Recipe ideas:

Garlic and thyme steak

Thyme and rosemary herb rub

Lemon-thyme rub

 


Cilantro 


Cilantro against a white background.


Flavor:

Fresh with a mildly sweet, lemon flavor.


Nutrition:

Cilantro leaves are particularly rich in vitamin A, vitamin C and vitamin K.


Ideal room temperature for growing:

18-30 °C / 64-86 °F. 


Harvest time:

25-56 days after planting.


Fun fact:

Cilantro seeds are actually two fruits joined together as one, giving the appearance of a single smooth, nearly globular seed. 


Recipe ideas:

Skirt steak with cilantro garlic sauce

Cilantro sauce

Cilantro lime marinade


So, what are you waiting for? Invite some friends over and cook something special using your fresh herbs for seasoning. Don’t own a smart garden yet? We’ve got great bundles to get you started!


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*Smart garden 9 sold separately

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