Question - Can you use lemon thyme instead of thyme?

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Not only will you get a similar flavor, your dish will look the same since there will be thyme leaves in it. If you decide to use this substitute, a ratio of 1 part lemon zest to 3 parts common thyme should provide you with a good approximation of the lemon thyme flavor. 1 Answer. Lemon zest and thyme would be a perfect substitute for lemon thyme. Lemon thyme is an entirely different species from regular thyme, but the name is very apropos. If you're out of thyme, substitute an equal amount of savory, marjoram or oregano. This will come closest to the intended flavor. If you don't have any of these herbs on hand, poultry seasoning, Herbes de Provence or Italian seasoning will also work, since these spice blends all contain thyme. Lemon thyme is one of the many varieties of thyme. It looks just like regular thyme, with long, thin sprigs with tiny spear-shaped green leaves. You'll notice a difference immediately when you crush a few of its leaves and breath in its sweet, lemony aroma. Use Lemon thyme in marinades for chicken and fish, or add chopped Lemon thyme, salt and pepper, to quartered new potatoes for a citrusy take on roasted potatoes. Fresh leaves can be added to green salads or fruit salads for a hint of citrus. Include Lemon thyme in your herb blends for stocks and soups.

https://www.spiceadvice.com/encyclopedia/thyme

Thyme is often included in seasoning blends for poultry and stuffing and also commonly used in fish sauces, chowders, and soups. It goes well with lamb and veal as well as in eggs, custards, and croquettes. Thyme often is paired with tomatoes.

https://homeguides.sfgate.com/varieties-culinary-thyme-23609.html

Culinary thyme varieties with the best flavor are narrow-leaf French, broadleaf English, lemon thyme and mother-of-thyme, recommends Master Gardener Joyce Schillen of the Oregon State University Extension Service's Jackson County office. The plants have the best flavor just before their flowers open.

https://bestplants.com/plants-that-repel-mosquitoes/

Lemon Thyme – Thymus vulgaris – repels mosquitoes naturally. Mosquitoes tend to hate their citrus smell. Crush a few parts of this plant and rub on the body to keep these harmful bugs away. Make sure that your skin can tolerate the oil before applying to larger areas of the body.

https://www.webmd.com/vitamins/ai/ingredientmono-823/thyme

Thyme is taken by mouth for bronchitis, whooping cough, sore throat, colic, arthritis, upset stomach, stomach pain (gastritis), diarrhea, bedwetting, a movement disorder in children (dyspraxia), intestinal gas (flatulence), parasitic worm infections, and skin disorders. In foods, thyme is used as a flavoring agent.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thyme

Thymus vulgaris (common thyme, English thyme, summer thyme, winter thyme, French thyme, or garden thyme) is a commonly used culinary herb. It also has medicinal uses. Common thyme is a Mediterranean perennial which is best suited to well-drained soils and full sun.

https://spoonuniversity.com/how-to/how-to-pronounce-thyme

Pretty much all Americans pronounce 'thyme' sans h, the same way we say “time. ” It wasn't until I found out there are some parts of the UK where they actually do pronounce it like “thime” that I started second-guessing the proper way to pronounce this herb.

https://foodal.com/knowledge/herbs-spices/guide-cooking-thyme/

Dried thyme added right at the end of cooking to soups like lentil and split pea brings an aroma to the dish that is hard to miss. Just add the herb and immediately take the soup off the heat. Keep the dish covered, and when you are ready to serve, the soup will smell heavenly.

https://www.spiceography.com/lemon-thyme/

Vitamins: Lemon thyme contains all of the most important vitamins including vitamin C, which helps the body to protect itself against infections as well as damage from free radicals. Lemon thyme is also a rich source of vitamin A, which is necessary for good vision and healthy skin.

https://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-strip-herbs-off-their-stems-96076

Thyme, rosemary, oregano, tarragon, and marjoram are all herbs with fairly small leaves and tough, woody stems — which actually makes stripping off the leaves much easier! If the stems are so tender that they snap, they're usually tender enough to eat.

https://cloversgarden.com/products/silver-edge-thyme-herb-plants

Silver Edge Thyme plant is a lovely ornamental but also edible herb. Thyme plants in general have small rounded delicate leaves and produce flowers that range from white to pink.

https://www.food.com/recipe/thyme-for-french-healing-tea-277520

DIRECTIONS Place thyme in tea cup and pour over boiling water to cover. Cover cup and allow to steep for 10 minutes. Strain and serve, with honey and/or lemon, if you so desire. Enjoy!

https://www.spiceography.com/rosemary-vs-thyme/

Thyme has a lovely and gentle flavor that blends beautifully with just about anything. It's taste is a bit earthy with lemony and minty tones. The element of flavor these two herbs do have in common is a small amount of warmth as well as peppery undertones.

https://www.southernliving.com/home-garden/gardens/thyme

English thyme has dark green, oval leaves, and French thyme has narrow gray leaves.

https://homeguides.sfgate.com/thyme-blossoms-edible-80361.html

The flowers on thyme are typically lavender-colored and edible. They grow at the top of the stems in a sphere-shape with elongated verticillaster. Thyme flowers add a lemony flavor to dishes, and some culinary applications recommend using them to make a flavored butter.