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– Heat oil in a skillet over medium-high heat. – Add onion and garlic, and cook until onion is translucent. – Add the bell pepper, and sauté until tender. – Season with salt, pepper, cumin, oregano and bay leaves. – Continue cooking until the mixture looks like a yummy green paste with oil around it.What kind of leaves does Cuban Oregano have?
Cuban Oregano- Coleus amboinicus- until recently called, Plectranthus amboinicus is a semi-succulent in the Lamiaceae (mint) family. Its foliage is mint like-hairy and thick. Some varieties are green to green/gray. However, I am growing a rather brilliant green and white variegated variety.What to do with Cuban Oregano for a sore throat?
Herb Of The Week – Cuban Oregano. It can be made into a syrup with tea and sugar for sore throat and coughs to help ease symptoms. Some gardeners rub cuban oregano all over the skin and use it as an insect repellant.Can you grow Cuban Oregano in South Florida?
Cuban Oregano can do a few tricks that true Oregano cannot! It provides a robust version of the Oregano flavor. It is Oregano for warm climates. I garden in South Florida; Cuban Oregano is easy to grow all year round. True Oregano struggles in our summers. Cuban Oregano appears in cuisines throughout the warm climate world.