21 Herbs ๐ŸŒฟ You Should Start โณGrowing on Your Windowsill ๐Ÿก ...

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Herbs are pretty easy to grow and they are easy to care for on your windowsill.

You can nurture them all year long.

Using herbs in your cooking adds lots of flavor with very little in the way of fat and calories.

In addition, many herbs have health benefits, making them a great choice for your recipes.

Try growing these herbs and get ready for some delicious meals.

1. Basil

Basil

Basil is perfect for pasta sauces and salads.

It's high in phytonutrients that can ward of several health problems.

2. Chives

Chives

Snipping fresh chives adds flavor to omelets and homemade salad dressings.

Chives contain a pretty good amount of fiber and vitamin A.

3. Thyme

Thyme

Thyme leaves are rich in many nutrients, including magnesium, selenium, potassium and iron.

Use it in meat marinades or tea.

4. Sage

Sage

Sage has been linked to increased mental function and it contains many B vitamins.

Sage is a great herb to season turkey and chicken with.

5. Dill

Dill

I love dill in dips and dressings.

It also adds a pleasant taste to tossed salads.

Dill loads you up on vitamins A and C.

6. Parsley

Parsley

What can't you use parsley in?

It's great for topping pasta, meat and salad just before serving.

Eating parsley provides calcium, iron and potassium.

7. Oregano

Oregano

If you've never added fresh oregano or lasagna or meatballs, it's time to change that.

Oregano is also rich in antioxidants, which fight off free radical damage and helps battle diseases.

8. Marjoram

Marjoram

Marjoram is very high in vitamin C, which boost immunity and protects you from illnesses.2

Use it in ethnic Mediterranean recipes.

9. Cilantro

Cilantro

Cilantro is perfect for fresh salsa and chicken wraps with Asian flavors.

It's also a healthy choice with lots of vitamin A and properties that help control your cholesterol.

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