Although this plant belongs in the mint family, it has a tangy anise aroma and taste with a violet color. The leaves and flowers can both be used as seasoning or as an ingredient in tea. It is native to North America's Great Plains and was once used as a medicinal herb to promote healing and reduce fevers.
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Flavor ideas and pairings:
peach, apricot, blueberry, chocolate, strawberry, milk, North American Recipes:
- Infusion of Fresh Anise Hyssop and Candied Anise Hyssop Sprinkles
- Anise Hyssop Tart
- Chocolate Butter Cookies
- Whoopie Pies
- Anise Hyssop and Honey Poached Peaches and Cape Gooseberries
- Anise Hyssop Honey Butter
- Anise Hyssop Sauce for Lamb
- Crab Salad
- Roasted Beet Salad with Fennel and Anise Hyssop
- Roasted Peach and Anise Hyssop Ice Cream
- Salty, Tart Fruit Mix