Originally from Indonesia, this berry is one of the most used in Asian cuisine for its citrus and fruity flavor that perfumes all kinds of dishes. You can use sprinkled on sauces, curries, fish, shellfish, meats and even desserts.
MA KHAEN BERRY (25gr.)
This exclusive berry from Laos has a rich orange zest and produces a slight tingling sensation in the tongue. Used in South Asian dishes, combine it with fish, chicken, vegetables and coconut milk sauces.
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TASTING: aromas of tangerine and smoked tea.
UTILIZATION: soups, meats, fish, seafood and salads.
INGREDIENTS: Ma Khaen berry.
CONSERVATION: in a cool and dry place, protected from light.
ALLERGEN: no allergen.
DATE OF CONSUMPTION: 5 years.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION: without nutrition.
BOTANICAL SPECIES: Zanthoxylum rhetsa.
OTHER NAMES: Mac-Khen, Mat-Khen, Ma Khuang, Ma kwaen, Forrest pepper.
CROP MODE: spontaneous, wild, native.
COLOR AND SHAPE: brown.
INTENSITY SCALE: Spicy and exciting (4/7)
AROMATIC RECORD: fruity, herbaceous.
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