Rosebuds rose petals pink & dried
How do rose buds taste pink?
Rose petals pink, as they are also called, have a delicately lovely & soft fragrance that is reminiscent of a warm summer evening. The rosebuds from Iran can be used creatively in the kitchen. You can use them to prepare delicious Asian rose-scented rice, for example.
Culinary use of rosebuds
We find rosebuds in German cuisine mainly as rose water for the production of marzipan. Many other regions of the world have long used it as a spice for various dishes. Iranian cuisine, for example, uses it not only for seasoning desserts but also for sophisticated, fine-flavored rice dishes. Turkish cuisine flavored honey with you, this is called Lokoum.
There are also many creative culinary creations with these flowers in the regions of cultivation. In Bulgaria, there are delicious jams, rose sugar, rose salt, and ice cream. Believe these cultures, and try it yourself.
Recipe rose petals fragrance rice
- 300 ml vegetable broth
- One can use coconut milk (200 ml)
- 250 grams of rice
- Seven rose petals
- One bay leaf
- One carnation
- One pinch of nutmeg
Bring coconut milk and broth with the rose petals to the boil and let them steep for 5 minutes.
Remove the roses and add the carnation, rice, and bay leaf and boil everything again. Turn off the stove, cover everything with a lid, and let the rice steep for 20 minutes.
Loosen up the rice and season to your taste with salt and nutmeg.
Recipe rosebud tea
Make yourself a tea with these delicate flowers. For this, brew about 6 gr. Of you with boiling water. Let everything soak in it for 3-10 min. Filter and enjoy now.
Storage of dried flowers
Put the flowers in a well-sealed container. Store it protected from light, cold, and dry.