Lemongrass - 80 g 24K

SKU: 182311 | 24K

A lemony flavoured, earthy and woodsy addition to several meals, this Lemongrass is dried and roughy chopped. Add them to soup, stews and broths when cooking to hydrate the lemongrass and allow its flavour to subtly permeate throughout the dish. It can be added to a spice bag and removed when cooking is complete, or use a coffee grinder to make a powder and season your favorite dishes, like pad thai noodles!

Origin: India India
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    • REAL LEMONGRASS – Lemongrass is a herb with a citrus like aroma. It comes from the stalk of the lemongrass plant. It is also an ingredient used in many Thai dishes, herbal teas, an essential plant for the practice of Ayurveda, and has become a popular addition to cocktails.
    • LEMON FLAVOUR – Lemongrass has a delightful flavour of lemon with small hints of ginger. Some even say they can taste floral and minty notes. It’s native to the tropical regions of Asia and the Indian subcontinent, and is often used in herbal teas to give a wonderful lemon taste.
    • LEMONGRASS TEA – Most commonly used in tisanes, or herbal teas. Seep or boil to make a herbal infusion or decoction. About 1 teaspoon of lemongrass per cup of boiling water. Popular across countless green tea blends and detox teas.
    • COOKING – Traditionally used in Thai cuisine, Lemongrass is a key ingredient in Thai curry pastes. It releases flavorful oils and provides a clean, lemony scent that is added to marinades, curries and broths. One of its best known dishes is tom yum soup - a shrimp and vegetable soup with coconut milk, makrut lime, garlic, red chili peppers and of course lemongrass.
    • NUTRITIOUS WITH HEALTH BENEFITS – Lemongrass contains vitamins, minerals and can be used to aid in digestion. Commonly used in Ayurvedic medicine practice and to alleviate colds or congestion - many people compare it to ginger in this regard. It also acts as an anti-inflammatory.

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