LEMONGRASS

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Tasting Notes

Lemongrass has a lemony aroma and a citrus flavour, with a slight hint of ginger. It works wonderfully with coconut based curries.

Bart Lemongrass in Sunflower Oil is a convenient way to add flavour to any dish. Substitutes for Lemongrass include: lemon zest, lemon verbena, lemon balm or lemon leaves. 1 tsp of Bart Lemongrass in Sunflower Oil is equivalent to 1 stalk of fresh Lemongrass. You can crush them in your fingers or drop them in whole and they’ll release their distinct flavour into the dish.

Product Range

Pack-Shot-lemongrass

LEMONGRASS STALKS

Add a bit of Thai tang, with this citrus flavoured stem.

Ingredients

Lemongrass stalks.

Storage Information

Store in a dark, cool, dry place.

Weight

4g e

Country of Origin

Produce of more than one country. Packed in the UK.

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LEMONGRASS PASTE

1 tsp measures a teaspoon of chopped lemongrass. Spread, spoon or mix with extra oil for instant intense flavour. Spoon into hot oil as part of a Thai curry base.

Ingredients

Lemongrass (55%), Water, Acid: Citric Acid, Salt, Sunflower Oil (1%), Acid: Acetic Acid, Stabiliser: Xanthan Gum, Antioxidant: Ascorbic Acid, Preservative Potassium Sorbate.

Storage Information

Once opened, keep refrigerated and use within 6 weeks

Weight

90g e

Country of Origin

Produce of more than one country. Packed in the UK.

Nutritional Information

per 100g
ENERGY 158 kJ / 38 kcal
FAT 1.6g
OF WHICH SATURATES 0.2g
CARBOHYDRATES 2.8g
OF WHICH SUGARS 1.2g
PROTEIN 0.3g
SALT 1.5g

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