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Bay Leaves from Turkey - 20g

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Original price HK$48.00 - Original price HK$48.00
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HK$48.00 - HK$48.00
Current price HK$48.00

Introducing our premium dried bay leaves!
Enhance your culinary creations with the aromatic flavor of our hand-selected, sun-dried bay leaves.
Perfect for soups, stews, sauces, and infusing oils. Add depth and richness to your dishes with these essential pantry staples.

How to use dried bay leaves? 
Dried bay leaves are a common herb used in cooking to add flavor to a variety of dishes. Here's how you can use dried bay leaves:

  1. Infusing Flavor: One of the most common ways to use bay leaves is to infuse them in dishes such as soups, stews, and sauces. Simply add a few dried bay leaves to the pot while cooking, and remove them before serving. The bay leaves release their aroma and flavor, enhancing the overall taste of the dish.

  2. Bouquet Garni: Bay leaves are often included in a bouquet garni, which is a bundle of herbs used to flavor stocks, soups, and braises. To make a bouquet garni, tie together a few dried bay leaves with other herbs like thyme, parsley, and rosemary using kitchen twine. Drop the bundle into your dish while cooking, and remove it before serving.

  3. Rice and Grain Dishes: Another way to use bay leaves is to add them to rice and grain dishes, such as pilaf or biryani. Simply place a couple of dried bay leaves in the pot while cooking the rice or grains. The bay leaves will infuse their flavor into the dish, providing a subtle, aromatic taste.

  4. Infused Oils and Vinegars: You can also use dried bay leaves to infuse oils and vinegars. Place a few dried bay leaves in a bottle, and fill it with your preferred oil or vinegar. Allow the flavors to meld over time by letting the bottle sit in a cool, dark place for a few weeks. The infused oil or vinegar can then be used in dressings, marinades, or as a finishing touch to various dishes.
  5. Repelling Pests: Bay leaves are known to repel certain pantry pests, such as insects and weevils. Place a few dried bay leaves in your pantry or kitchen cabinets to help deter these pests. You can also add bay leaves to stored grains, flour, or dried beans to prevent infestations.

Remember that dried bay leaves are quite tough and not meant to be eaten. They're primarily used to add flavor and aroma to dishes, so be sure to remove them before serving your food.

See this product used in a recipe:

Giant Beans & Chili Tomato Vegan Salad

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