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Hibiscus

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Hibiscus Flowers (actually the dried sepals of the hibiscus plant) are the trumpet-shaped, deep burgundy fruits that grow after the flowers bloom.

Hibiscus Powder is made from the dried, ground sepals of the hibiscus plant. Often mistaken for flowers themselves, they are actually fleshy, trumpet-shaped, deep burgundy fruits that grow after hibiscus flowers bloom. This finely ground, tart powder has a deep burgundy color.

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Can be used to flavor warm or cold beverages, soups and sauces, as well as to add color to food and beverages. If steeping in a liquid, powder sediment should be strained out prior to use.

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Common Uses Typically brewed with water to make either a hot tea or a refreshingly tart cold beverage, which can be sweetened. The liquid from steeped Hibiscus Flowers can also be made into jellies or sauces. If steeping in a liquid, powder sediment should be strained out prior to use. Typically brewed with water to make either a hot tea or a refreshingly tart cold beverage, which can be sweetened. The liquid from steeped Hibiscus Flowers can also be made into jellies or sauces. Steep in vinegar to infuse flavor and color. Mix with salt or sugar and use to rim cocktail glasses. Add to spice rubs for pork, chicken or seafood to add tart flavor and color.
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