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A tangy and fruity flavor, a crunchy texture, the color of rubies or for a tropical touch to your kitchen.
Rich in vitamin C and known for their hypotensive properties.
Directions for use:
Entries: Add a good pinch of petals in your tabouli, quinoa salads, dressings, raita (yogurt sauce), mayonnaise and other salad dressings.
Hot food: spice it up with a dash of your petals preparing omelets, and add in the end of the cooking process of rice, pasta and baked vegetables.
Beverage: sprinkle a few petals in hot wine, cocktails and smoothies.
Teas: Karkade known in Egypt (mean to lower blood pressure), Hibiscus give a nice red tint to your raspberry teas, herbal teas and refreshing drinks.
Cooking with organic flowers!
'Fleurs Ã Croquer " put magic in your kitchen, cocktails, drinks and desserts!
Choose flowers based on their color, their texture, their smell and the proposed uses: you can immediately use it in all your preparations, as an extra in vinegar, in aromatic oils and syrups .
use in salads, dressings, sauces, pies or gaspachos.
Add before cooking to your preparations for the omelet and sprinkle on meat.
Flavor your rice, pasta, potatoes, vegetable dishes and fried fish ( sauces, toppings).
Stir in your pastry for biscuits and cakes, sprinkle on cakes and desserts, including frozen desserts, fruit salads, compotes and jams.
Beverages: Sprinkle some petals or whole flowers in your cocktail, fruit juice and champagne.
Tea & Infusions:
Mix in your tea adjusted to your taste.
Their commitment to quality
All ingredients used are from organic agriculture and in direct relation with the agricultural famers:
- Ingredients 100% of European origin, with the exception of exotic ingredients.
- No synthetic products.
- Respect for an ecological approach.
- Operation Conditions and 'clean' production does not go to the expense of the disappearance of plant and animal species.
|Ingredients||Hibiscus petals of organic agriculture|