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DEHYDRATED | Dehydrated tagete

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Dehydrated tagete

Tagete or Damasquinas. This edible flower is also known as Moorish flower, African marigold, Turkish carnation or Indian marigold. The dehydrated tagete has warm colours (yellow and orange) and its petals are crunchy and velvety. In the mouth, it has a delightful acid taste. This edible flower in its dehydrated format is simple and easy to use. It can be added as a topping on any recipe, whether it is sweet, acid or neutral.

 

  • Format: little box 10 g
  • Best before date: 2 years
  • Colours: orange and/or yellow
  • Conservation: In a dry place without direct sunlight. 
  • MADE IN SPAIN

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Description

Dehydrated tagete

Tagete or Damasquinas. This edible flower is also known as Moorish flower, African marigold, Turkish carnation or Indian marigold. All of these names are not related to its place of origin, Mexico, where it is called cempasuchil. It belongs to the summer season with its blooming period between April and October. The dehydrated tagete has warm colours (yellow and orange) and its petals are crunchy and velvety. In the mouth, it has a delightful acid taste.

This flower is also available in other formats: fresh flower, fresh petals and lyophilized flower.

Pairing

This edible flower in its dehydrated format is simple and easy to use. It can be added as a topping on any recipe, whether it is sweet, acid or neutral. It would be recommendable, in the case of the dehydrated tagete, to rehydrate it, because the petal is quite crunchy, but it can be quite hard if it is used in a huge amount. Therefore, if you are going to add it into a cake, instead of putting the petals as a topping, it would be better to add the dehydrated tagete into the proper dough.

How is the flower dehydrated?

Dehydration is another way of preserving tagete. It consists of softly dehydrating the edible flower, so we obtain a natural and crispy product. The main difference with the lyophilized tagete is that the dehydrated ones lose a bit of their shape due to the longer duration of the process.

To use dehydrated flowers in the kitchen, we have to re-hydrate them either with a sauce, a soup, in a cake’s dough…

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  • Format: little box 10 g
  • Best before date: 2 years
  • Colours: orange and/or yellow
  • Conservation: In a dry place without direct sunlight. 
  • MADE IN SPAIN