The Combava is native to Indonesia, it is a very fragrant citrus with an air of green lemon, but it is smaller and more acidic. Its captivating perfume with notes of verbena, lemongrass, ginger and coriander is penetrating and original. Thanks to its intense flavor and incomparable freshness, it is delicious with fish, white meat and broths.
This spice native to Madagascar is one of the most used in kitchens around the world, as it is one of the ingredients used for spice mixtures such as curry, tandoori, or raz-el hanout.
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TASTING: spicy and musky aromas.
USE: meat, stews and fish.
FORMAT: 50 gr.
INGREDIENTS: fine turmeric root powder
CONSERVATION: in a cool and dry place, protected from light.
ALLERGEN: no allergens.
DATE OF CONSUMPTION: 5 years.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION: without nutrition.
BOTANICAL SPECIES: curcuma longa.
OTHER NAMES: chopstick, saffron from India, Terra merita.
CROP MODE: wild.
COLOR AND SHAPE: orange color. Powdered.
This Nepalese Ginger is harvested by hand. Surprising for its freshness and its more or less spicy nuances, its sweet and lemon flavor. Ideal in purees, seafood, vegetables, salads and jams.
Galanga is a spice from India; slightly spicy, gives off flavors of camphor, cinnamon and citrus. It is widely used in Thai cuisine to perfume a vegetable soup or enhance a curry paste. Reduced to dust, the galanga awakens a "émincé" of bird (thin strips), a shrimp soup with coconut milk, a vegetable broth and even shrimp skewers.
This Wasabi powder from the island of Sakhalin has fresh and spicy notes. It is traditionally used as a powder in Japanese cuisine or in the form of a paste. It can be mixed with soy sauce to accompany a poultry. Enhances the taste of fish, sauteed vegetables, vinaigrette, cold soups, baked rabbit, baked chicken, salmon cake, avocado and tomato in glass.