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Fresh Thai Lemon Grass (100g)

4.3 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews

Price: £1.94 (£19.40 / kg)
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Technical Details
Product NameFood
Weight100 Grams
Storage InstructionsStore in a refrigerator.
Use By RecommendationOnce opened, consume within 1 week.
Country of originThailand
BrandThaiFoodOnline
CuisineThai
FormatFresh
SpecialityNo preservatives, No artificial colors, No artificial flavour
Caffeine contentcaffeine free
Package InformationPack
Manufacturer/ProducerThaiFoodOnline
  
Additional Information
ASINB004OJMQIM
Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews
Best Sellers Rank 9,800 in Grocery (See top 100)
Shipping Weight349 g
Date First Available19 Feb. 2011
  
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Thai Name: Dakrai How to use: Until the stalk has been crushed, the fragrance of lemongrass is actually quite mild. This lemony smell is distinctive in a lot of South East Asian cooking. To use fresh lemongrass, peel away and discard the outer fibrous layer before using. If you are to eat it raw, make sure the outer layers of the bulb are peeled until the pink ring inside appears. The bulb can then be finely sliced before being added to any dishes. To release the flavours, the stalks are usually crushed or pounded using a pestle and mortar.


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