Han'Over (Hanover) The Dressing - Italian Seasoning
Step onto Hanover Street in Boston's Historic North End with our Han’over The Dressing spice. This is a zesty blend of Italian spices that can be made into the most delicious homemade dressing with some oil and vinegar. We use this blend on our mixed green salads and our pasta salads. Don’t be shy with this dressing, use it as a marinade for your chicken before roasting it for that extra flavor boost. Also, mix some with oil and drip some bread.
Boston Spice's "Han'over The Dressing" will surely get your taste buds going and help you fire the flavor cannons off in your kitchen.
*See our recipe page for instructions on how to make Han'Over The Dressing" salad dressing
1775 Map of Boston showing Hanover, Middle, and North Streets
Hanover street is one of the oldest streets in Boston. In the 1600s, this street was called Orange Tree Lane. Around the early 18th century, Orange Tree Lane was renamed Hanover Street after the British House of Hanover. One of the Founding Fathers, General Joseph Warren, lived on Hanover Street. In 1824, North Street and Middle Street became part of Hanover Street. Today, Hanover Street is the home of many cafes, Italian restaurants, churches, and businesses.
Ingredients: oregano, garlic salt, onion powder, sugar, parsley, rosemary, black pepper, basil, salt, red pepper, thyme, celery salt
Packaged on equipment that also works with peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and wheat. Our facilities store packaged tree nuts, soy, and dairy items in common areas.
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