The leaves of English Mace have a slightly sharp taste they are good for using with richer ingredients to cut the fat and can be used either cooked or fresh.
Use sparingly as there is a tendency to over power some dishes. English Mace combines well with other herbs to make stuffings and pestos.
- Try it with asparagus in a soup
- Chop the leaves and add to potato dishes.
chicken, pork, fish, cheese, pasta, rice, potato, asparagus.