1 T. freeze dried or fresh onion
4 Cups Water
1/2 Cup tomato powder
1.5 tsp freeze dried parsley
1.5 tsp freeze dried basil
1.5 tsp freeze dried oregano
1.5 tsp freeze dried Italian seasoning
1.5 – 2 tsp salt
1.5 T garlic powder
1/4 Cup brown sugar
Oregano, a hardy, aromatic perennial herb, frequently flavors Mexican and Mediterranean recipes. Fresh and dried oregano aren't always interchangeable, but you can usually swap one for the other if you keep a few storage and measurement tips in mind. Consider the kind of oregano you buy, and the properties of fresh and dried oregano, before you use them; adding oregano to a dish can give it a pleasantly herbaceous bite, but too much can make food taste bitter.
The above "fresh to dried oregano" conversion ratio is helpful if you cannot get fresh oregano but you have dried oregano. However, it may happen that you realize you have neither fresh nor dried oregano — but your pizza dough is already rising! In such a case, don't panic. There are several herbs and spices that can be substituted for oregano in many recipes, including pizza. While these herbs and spices of course won't give your dish the original oregano flavor, they will lend their own enticing Mediterranean flavors to your dish.