Anisata Tin 30g
While the slightly curly leaves of this beautiful rainforest tree can be used fresh, they are usually dried and ground to produce a distinctive aniseed herb with a delightful aromatic finish. The flavour is similar to that found in star anise and fennel but other compounds found in its leaves add a sweetness, making it suitable for both savoury and sweet dishes. Anisata is intensely flavoured and small amounts deliver a big flavour hit so be judicious when using it. Where possible, it’s a good idea to add it towards the end of cooking to avoid dissipation of the important essential oils. It is lovely sprinkled on cooked vegetables and makes a great rub for all meats and seafood, before grilling or roasting. Add to yoghurt or crème fraiche for an interesting flavour. Add to pasta sauce or to a batter for fish.
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This dried ingredient must be kept airtight so as to not absorb moisture from the air.
It is best kept in a dark place, such as inside a cupboard to mitigate the effects of oxidisation from light. This is not harmful but will cause the ingredient to discolour and lose some of their phyto-chemical activity.
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Product highlights: contains no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives, no genetically modified ingredients and gluten free, suitable for vegans.
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