Hibiscus / Rosella Flower Crushed Organic


Hibiscus is rich in vitamin C, minerals and various antioxidants. Ruby red in colour and a tart, sour taste.

Common health benefits include: blood pressure management, menstrual pain, antidepressant properties, aids digestion, weight loss, anti-cancer, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory.

Organic Hibiscus Tea Leaves

Hibiscus (Hibiscus Sabdariffa / Egyptian Red Tea/ Karkade tea / Roselle) has benefits of reducing blood pressure, cholesterol levels, aids the immune and digestive systems, and acts as an anti-inflammatory. Another interesting benefit of this tea is that it speeds up metabolism which may promote gradual and safe w.e.i.g.h.t loss.
 Here are ten recipe ideas using hibiscus powder:

1. Hibiscus Iced Tea: Brew hibiscus powder with hot water, then chill and serve over ice with a splash of lemon juice and a sweetener of your choice for a refreshing drink.
2. Hibiscus Smoothie: Blend hibiscus powder with frozen berries, banana, yogurt, and a splash of coconut water for a vibrant and nutritious smoothie.
3. Hibiscus Lemonade: Mix hibiscus powder with freshly squeezed lemon juice, water, and a touch of honey or agave syrup for a tangy and floral twist on classic lemonade.
4. Hibiscus Yogurt Parfait: Layer hibiscus-infused yogurt with granola, fresh fruit, and a drizzle of honey for a colorful and delicious breakfast or snack.
5. Hibiscus Glazed Salmon: Combine hibiscus powder with honey, soy sauce, garlic, and ginger to create a flavorful glaze for baked or grilled salmon fillets.
6. Hibiscus Salad Dressing: Whisk together hibiscus powder, olive oil, balsamic vinegar, Dijon mustard, and a pinch of salt and pepper for a vibrant and tangy salad dressing.
7. Hibiscus Sorbet: Mix hibiscus powder with sugar syrup and lemon juice, then churn in an ice cream maker for a refreshing and floral sorbet.
8. Hibiscus Coconut Rice: Cook rice with coconut milk and hibiscus powder for a fragrant and colorful side dish that pairs well with grilled seafood or chicken.
9. Hibiscus Chia Pudding: Stir hibiscus powder into a mixture of chia seeds, almond milk, and sweetener, then let it sit overnight in the refrigerator for a nutritious and flavorful pudding.
10. Hibiscus Macarons: Add hibiscus powder to the filling of homemade macarons for a delicate floral flavor and a vibrant pink color.

These recipes showcase the versatility of hibiscus powder and its ability to add a unique floral and tart flavor to a variety of dishes and beverages. Enjoy experimenting with these ideas in your kitchen!

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