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Dried black lemon

€6,39

  • Intense, fresh-sweet taste
  • Smoky, fermented aroma
  • Iranian, Iraqi and North Indian cuisine
  • Favourite of top chef Ottolenghi
  • With meat, soup, legumes,...
  • Use whole or ground
  • Dried black lemons from the Middle East

    These black lemons - also known as loomi - are small, dried limes from the Middle East. Fresh, green lemons are first soaked in salt water, then dried naturally in the sun for a few weeks. This way you get dried limes with a black skin and black core.

    Dried lime has an intense, fresh-sweet taste and a smoky, fermented aroma.

    From the kitchens of Iraq, Iran and North India

    Dried black lemons are popular in the kitchens of Iran, Iraq and northern India. Use them to make traditional loomi tea. Black lemons are also an indispensable ingredient in local dishes such as qursan, matazeez, jareesh and checkout.

    Top chef Ottolenghi's favourite ingredient

    Black lemon is a favourite ingredient of the Israeli-British cook Yotam Ottolenghi. Ottolenghi adds whole black lemon to the cooking water for rice and stews or broth for soup and other recepees. The citrus-like, smoky taste of dried black lemon is delicious in soup, dishes with lamb, chicken or fish, with rice and legumes,...

    Usage

    • Prick a few holes in the dried black lemon to release all the flavours. Add to the cooking liquid for rice, soup, stews. Remove before serving.

    • Grind the black lemon and use as a spice. Delicious in meat and fish rubs, quinoa salads, tabbouleh,...

    • Use as an alternative to sumac.

    Ingredients

    Whole dried black lemons from Iran. 100% natural, without additives.

    Allergens

    This product contains no allergens.

    This product is packaged and/or stored in a facility that also processes products containing nuts, peanuts, mustard, celery, gluten, sesame, soy and sulphite. Despite all precautions, this product may contain traces of these allergens.

    Also known as

    • Citrus latifolia
    • Dried lime
    • loomi
    • lumi
    • noomi basra
    • omani
    • amani
    • black lemon

Dried black lemon

50 gr / 1

€6,39

  • Dried black lemons from the Middle East

    These black lemons - also known as loomi - are small, dried limes from the Middle East. Fresh, green lemons are first soaked in salt water, then dried naturally in the sun for a few weeks. This way you get dried limes with a black skin and black core.

    Dried lime has an intense, fresh-sweet taste and a smoky, fermented aroma.

    From the kitchens of Iraq, Iran and North India

    Dried black lemons are popular in the kitchens of Iran, Iraq and northern India. Use them to make traditional loomi tea. Black lemons are also an indispensable ingredient in local dishes such as qursan, matazeez, jareesh and checkout.

    Top chef Ottolenghi's favourite ingredient

    Black lemon is a favourite ingredient of the Israeli-British cook Yotam Ottolenghi. Ottolenghi adds whole black lemon to the cooking water for rice and stews or broth for soup and other recepees. The citrus-like, smoky taste of dried black lemon is delicious in soup, dishes with lamb, chicken or fish, with rice and legumes,...

    Usage

    • Prick a few holes in the dried black lemon to release all the flavours. Add to the cooking liquid for rice, soup, stews. Remove before serving.

    • Grind the black lemon and use as a spice. Delicious in meat and fish rubs, quinoa salads, tabbouleh,...

    • Use as an alternative to sumac.

    Ingredients

    Whole dried black lemons from Iran. 100% natural, without additives.

    Allergens

    This product contains no allergens.

    This product is packaged and/or stored in a facility that also processes products containing nuts, peanuts, mustard, celery, gluten, sesame, soy and sulphite. Despite all precautions, this product may contain traces of these allergens.

    Also known as

    • Citrus latifolia
    • Dried lime
    • loomi
    • lumi
    • noomi basra
    • omani
    • amani
    • black lemon