It has a strong basil aroma that makes it an unmistakable bud. It is a basic element in Mediterranean cuisine, being a surprising complement to fruit salads. It is a good source of protein, vitamins A, C, E K ,B6, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, zinc, copper and magnesium.
Green Sisho Baby Leaves (30u.)
Sisho is known as Japanese basil and is used in a wide variety of dishes. Its flavor and aroma of anise and mint go well with fish, rice and seafood dishes. It is prized for its bright green leaves.
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TASTING NOTES: cumin flavor, curry aroma.
AIRS WELL WITH: aopricot, pork, lamb, cauliflower, coriander leaf, egg, lime, limon, mango, seafood, mint, potato, cucumber, fatty fish, washed bark cheese, beet,
USE: lamb stew, asian dishes, seafood.
FORMATO: 30 u.
INGREDIENTS: red sisho baby leaf.
CONSERVATION: between 4º and 6º. Excess moisture can reduce the shelf life of the product. Product washed and ready to consume.
ALLERGENS: may contain traces of mustard.
DATE OF CONSUMPTION: 10 days.
TEMPORALITY: available all year.
COLOR AND SHAPE: the leaf is toothed, green in the top and purple in the bottom.
NUTRITIONAL BENEFITS: red shiso contains high levels of vitamins C, A and K. It also contains significant amounts of several B complex vitamins. In particular, Red Sisho Leaf has flavonoids such as lycopene, antioxidants with important health benefits.
The Purple Basil Microgreen has beautiful dark purple leaves that add an intense color to your creations that complements with a pleasant aroma of fresh basil. It is used in Mediterranean dishes and desserts.
The Cilantro Microgreen has a citrus aroma that reminds us of lime skin. Its high vitamin K content makes it a very beneficial outbreak for health. It combines very well with Mexican, Indian, Thai and Chinese cuisines.
Originally from Japan and widely used in Asian cuisine to spice vegetables, rice, soups, fish, salads, sushi, etc. Its flavor is difficult to describe: cinnamon, anise and citrus. The blade is serrated, green on the top and purple on the bottom that make it highly appreciated for decorating dishes.