Bay Leaf

Bay leaf refers to the sweet-smelling leaf of the straight shrub. New or dried straight leaves are utilized as a part of cooking for their particular flavor and aroma. The leaves are regularly used to flavor soups, stews, braises and pates in Mediterranean cooking.


Bay laurel is likewise a basic fixing in numerous great sauces, for example, bread sauce, tomato sauce, and béchamel. Cove leaves are added to flavor foods, for example, fish, poultry, meat, rice (pulov), and vegetable dishes. Cove leaf is utilized to flavor sweet dishes like sweet breads, custards, creams, and so forth.