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Arbi's Dried Banana Blossoms 50 gr
Arbi's Dried Banana Blossoms 50 gr

Dried Banana Blossoms 50 gr

€2,95
Incl. tax

Dried banana blossoms from Arbi's in the Philippines are a delightful and unique delicacy with an exotic flavor and numerous culinary applications.

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Dried Banana Blossoms

Dried banana blossoms from Arbi's in the Philippines are a delicious and unique delicacy with an exotic flavor and numerous culinary applications. Banana blossoms are the flower buds of banana trees and are often used in Southeast Asian cuisine for their mild taste and meaty texture.

Arbi's offers high-quality dried banana blossoms that are carefully selected and processed to preserve their natural flavor and nutrients. These dried blossoms are a convenient and sustainable option available year-round and can be easily stored.

Dried banana blossoms can be rehydrated and then used in various dishes such as stews, curries, salads, and stir-fries. They add a subtle sweetness and light texture to dishes, making them a unique and flavorful element.

Whether you're an experienced cook who enjoys experimenting with new ingredients or simply looking for an interesting addition to your pantry, dried banana blossoms from Arbi's are an excellent choice to enrich your dishes with the flavors of the Philippines.

Banana Blossom

The banana blossom is the flower of the banana plant and originates from the Andes mountains of Colombia. The banana flower is a large, dark purple-red flower that grows at the bottom of a bunch of bananas. The inside of the flower is full of small flowers that normally develop into bananas. The taste of this edible flower is mealy and bitter and is usually used as an addition to a dish.

 

Ingredients:

Banana blossom

 

Also know as: Gedroogde Banana Blossom, Fleurs de bananier, bananenblüten
Country of origin: Philippines
Brand: Arbi's
Code: 4809011758223
Content: 50 gr

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