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The secret to elevating any dish is with a sprig of thyme. Thyme pairs beautifully with a light sautéed chicken, tomato salad, or any savoury dish. Its flavour is earthy and also slightly sweet sweet with a hint of minty delight.
Undoubtedly thyme is one of the most important herbs of the European kitchen. What would a bouquet garni be without it? This congenial herb pairs well with many other herbs—especially rosemary, parsley, sage, savoury, and oregano. Its earthiness is welcome with pork, lamb, duck, or goose, and it's much beloved in Cajun and Creole cooking. It's also the primary component of Caribbean jerk seasonings. Because the leaves are so small, they often don't require chopping.