Dried Flowers - used for Tea or as Spice
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Flowers edible - dried.
Edible Flowers in history. It hasn't been long since there was no difference in the kitchen between spices and edible flowers. They were both used to season food. They can wonderfully flavor your dishes. We want to bring them to you and awaken your imagination to cook with them again.
Edible dried flowers, we offer a selection that is in Trend today in the modern kitchen. In not too distant times, for geographical or economic reasons, they were used as a substitute for spices. Even today, in many countries, flowers are used for new experiments and gastronomic creations. Our choice we base on the culinary trends, which we want to differentiate from industrial products and give opportunities to customize the different menus. In distant countries, it is still possible today to savor and appreciate the flavors of them in traditional local cuisine. Roses are known for the production of rose water and used in the Arabic, Indian, Iranian and French cuisine. The rose aroma aromatizes, for example, Gulabi Lassi (Indian yogurt drink) or the famous Turkish sweet called Güllac.
Lavender has been part of French, Spanish and Italian cuisine for generations. Here also dried edible flowers mixed into spice blends. For example, lavender is part of the Provencal herbs of the herbal mixture.
Flowers pairing with sugar and salt
For example, all dried edible flowers are suitable for flavoring sugar and salt. Putting sugar or salt with them in a package for a week is enough to appreciate all the hints in this mix. The dried edible flowers are also particularly suitable for the preparation of salt mixtures, we offer our fleur de sel, with hibiscus flowers. This particular mix fits very well with boiled white fish.
You can also flavor your salad oil or vinegar with lavender. For this, it is sufficient to put a little oil or vinegar with some lavender in a clean container and put it in a warm place for about 2-4 weeks to macerate. After this time, you will have a delicious flower oil or flower vinegar. Lavender is also suitable for preparing refreshing drinks, tea, or even delicious varieties of ice cream, sweets, or sorbets.