Cooking with sage has got to be one of the highlights of fall. This robust herb is highly aromatic and a little goes a long way, which is great because you can get a lot of use from just a few sage leaves.
Sageperforms best when cooked with a little bit of fat - whether it be brown butter or olive oil - which allows it to release its essential oils and become more aromatic. So keep that in mind when cooking.
Curious to know more? Here are some wonderful ideas and sage recipes for fall that will help you get the most of this robust herb.
1. Use Sage in Mashed Potatoes
Here's an easy way to kick up regular mashed potatoes: add some fried sage.
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