Wild Hibiscus Flowers In Syrup 250G
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Making hibiscus flowers in syrup is an easy and fun way to add some flavour to your drinks and desserts. With a little bit of preparation and some high-quality ingredients, you can make a delicious and customizable syrup that you’ll want to use in everything. Serving Suggestions for Delicious Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup Hibiscus syrup can be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to two - three weeks. We absolutely love hibiscus tea on this homestead. My husband drinks many cups each day as hibiscus tea is a great way to naturally lower blood pressure. I decided to have a little fun with the hibiscus and make a simple syrup out of the dried flowers.
Wild Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup 250g | Lakeland Wild Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup 250g | Lakeland
Granulated Sugar: I like this organic sugar f or my recipes, I recommend organic sugar f or cooking and baking. Vanilla Bean - Especially for using hibiscus syrup on pancakes or in desserts! Split a fresh Grade A or Grade B vanilla bean lengthwise before adding it to the syrup with the flowers. Serve it with sparkling water poured over ice, or even add it to champagne or hard cider for a burst of flavor.It’s party time. Do you serve plain old prosecco, or floral flutes of fizz that will have everyone mesmerised? The latter? That’s what we thought you’d say. A bottle of bubbles is practically compulsory when it comes to celebrating, and these magically opening Wild Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup will make yours stand out from the crowd.
Hibiscus Simple Syrup Recipe - The Herbeevore Hibiscus Simple Syrup Recipe - The Herbeevore
Hibiscus Rum Punch - This is one of our favorite drinks inspired by our travels to Belize! This rum punch uses pineapple juice, freshly-squeezed lime juice, and curacao. The hibiscus syrup gives this drink a pretty pink color and a tart and tangy twist! Try to avoid stirring the syrup until the sugar has dissolved as stirring can lead to crystallisation. Swirl the pan if necessary. This easy, homemade simple syrup recipe is naturally-colored and flavored with dried hibiscus flowers. Making this recipe with dried red hibiscus flowers gives this syrup a bright and vibrant color.
Add it to a classic gin and tonic or vodka soda and there is no need to buy flavored spirits. Think of the money you’ll save! In a small pot, combine the water, sugar, and hibiscus flowers. Bring to a boil, then simmer for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. In this version, I add lemon, which helps preserve the syrup naturally, as well as coriander and bay leaf, which give the syrup subtle, herbal undertones.