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Hibiscus Flowers (Jamaica)

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Hibiscus Flowers (Jamaica)

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Hibiscus Flowers (Jamaica)

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Common in Latin American, Caribbean and Middle Eastern and Persian cuisines. Steep with spices for tea, use to make a dessert sauce, or steep in chicken broth and saute with onions and garlic for a savory quesadilla filling or a sauce for lamb or shrimp.

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These blossoms are called jamaica in Spanish and (interestingly!) in Jamaica they're called sorrel! If this all seems a bit confusing, not to worry - they're really simple to cook with!

When you steep the dried blossoms, they give off their gorgeous red color and a subtle tartness that's a little reminiscent of cranberries.

One of the coolest things about steeping hibiscus flowers in a sugar syrup for a dessert recipe (like this one) is that they turn into a chewy-sweet edible treat afterwards! You can eat them whole, or mince them up to stir into your oatmeal in the morning or blend into your breakfast smoothie.

You can use Hibiscus Flowers to make:

Quantity: 1/2-cup sized jar.

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