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Greek-Cut Mexican Oregano

Mexican Oregano is similar to the more common Mediterranean oregano, but with a more robust, pungent flavor. We cut dried leaves of Mexican oregano into herb flakes for our Greek Cut Mexican Oregano.

  • Herbaceous, woodsy, slightly citrus flavor

  • Light to dark green, brown undertones

  • Small to medium, irregular flakes

  • D'allesandro
    Price: $16.00
    $5.33 / Ounce

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    Suggested uses

  • Add to soups, broths and stews for authentic southwestern flavor

  • Add to posole, salsas and adobos

  • Use in seasoning blend for sausage making

  • Basic prep

    Ready to use. Add to taste.

    Storage & handling

    Store in a dry, cool place.


    Mexican oregano.

    Mexican Oregano (Lippia graveolens) is in a different plant species from the more common Mediterranean or Greek oregano (Origanum vulgare), but is fairly similar in appearance, flavor and use. Mexican Oregano, however, is a bit stronger, spicier and more pungent than its Mediterranean counterpart. Some say it has hints of mild licorice or citrus flavor. A common herb in the southwestern United States, Mexico and Central America, Mexican Oregano prefers hot, relatively dry climates. It is a member of the mint family, and is related to marjoram, which has a more delicate, woodsy flavor.

    The plant grows as a small shrub or tree with fragrant white and yellow flowers. It is a staple culinary herb in the region, used for the flavor of its leaves, which can be more flavorful when dried than fresh. The herb is commonly used in salsas, chile sauces, posole and adobo. It pairs well with cumin, cilantro, chile peppers and paprika.

    In addition to its culinary uses, Mexican Oregano can be brewed into an aromatic tea that has an aiding effect on the respiratory system.

    Classic recipe

    Arroz con Pollo

    Adobo Seasoning and Mexican Oregano create the authentic flavors in this classic dish. Arroz con pollo (rice with chicken) is comfort food in Spain, Mexico and many Latin American countries.