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Organic Sicilian Oregano Branches from Gangi Dante

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Whole Dried Oregano Branches

Gangi Dante cultivates a wild variety of oregano that thrives in the rocky soils of Sicily and yields a spicy, slightly bitter flavor. Gathered by hand, the branches are kept intact and laid to dry on coarse fiber mats to lock in and intensify their essential oils. Once dried, this oregano boasts vivid aromas of mint, marjoram and lemon zest. In the words of Gangi Dante, it's "aromas will perfume you of the Mediterranean."

How to use

Use Gangi Dante Crushed Sicilian Oregano to brighten up tomato sauces, pizza or roasted vegetables. We love pairing earthy oregano with the tang of feta cheese. Try it simply sprinkled over blocks of feta marinated in Sapori Divini Extra Virgin Olive Oil or in our recipe for Timilia Busiate with Parsley Oregano Pesto, Cauliflower and Feta.

Looking for crushed oregano? Try Gangi Dante Crushed Organic Sicilian Oregano.

About the producer

Azienda Agricola Gangi Dante, a family-run business, specializes in farming and preserving local varieties of herbs and spices using traditional methods. Their certified organic 80-acre farm is located at the base of Sicily’s Madonie Mountains, known for its rugged terrain and the nature preserve Madonie Park. The park creates a unique environment, providing not only a beautiful natural landscape, but also protects the area’s ecosystem and village culture. Maintaining this balance inspires Gangi Dante to bridge local traditions with modern approaches to sustainability—like running their entire farm on solar power—enabling them to share their authentic Sicilian flavors.

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Gangi Dante
25 grams

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Pungent and delicious

Delicious on-the-stem oregano is so much more potent, fragrant and uniquely tasty than any other I’ve used. Adds a delightful flavor. Beautiful to look at, too.

Dianne Besso

The oregano looks really good


This oregano is beyond good. Use this in a homemade marinara-you won't believe what a dance this oregano does with garlic and tomatoes. The way the basil and tomatoes dance together-this oregano makes the tomatoes dance with the garlic as well as with the basil.


If you are like me, you find dried herbs about as appealing as the stuff they serve up under the Golden Arches. This dried herb is a revelation. It certainly isn't anything like fresh oregano - we have scads of that growing in our garden and it is definitely wonderful stuff. Dried Sicilian oregano is another bird entirely - more intense, more earthy, less vegetal. It's oregano in the basso profundo register, deep pedal point. Rub a pinch of it between your palms and you'll see what I mean. Crush it in your fingers and sprinkle over a pizza just out of the oven, or atop a frittata, or in place of fresh basil on a plate of thickly sliced tomatoes with olive oil and a drizzle of balsamic vinegar. Really intense and really good.

R. E. Querio
What A Great Addition!

This Sicilian Oregano is a great addion to most Italian dishes. It is very fragrant and has a pungent flavor. I use it where ever oregano is called for. I have recently used it in a chili recipe. It was a great addition.