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Kôchi Yuzu bark powder

Kôchi Yuzu bark powder

The smell is powerful and rich. The taste offers a wonderful balance between freshness and bitterness.

  • 10,55 €

    Box of 60g (2.12 oz)
    Per kilo price : 175,83 €
  • 111,00 €

    Bag of 1Kg (35.27 oz)
  • 58,00 €

    Bag of 500g (17.64 oz)
    Per kilo price : 116,00 €
  • 8,20 €

    Bag of 50g (1.76 oz)
    Per kilo price : 164,00 €
  • 512,00 €

    Bag of 5 kg (176,37 OZ)

Botany : Citrus junos
Origine : Kochi, Japan
Ingredients : 100 % yuzu skin in powder
Storage : Away from light, heat and moisture.
Nutritional values : Per 100 g : energy 278 kcal (1160 kJ) ; fat 1,3g, of which saturates 0,35g ; carbohydrate 43,5g, of which sugars 32,6g ; dietary fiber 35,4g; protein 5,5g ; salt 0,02g.
Réf : NISYZ22_P

The yuzu, the citrus fruit that everyone is talking about, is also called the citrus junos. It comes from eastern Asia. It is a hybrid of wild tangerine and citrus ichangensis. The term yuzu refers to both the fruit and the tree.
Both the zest and the juice are essential in Japanese cuisine.

Yuzuokoku uses exclusively yuzu skin from Kôchi Prefecture, more precisely from the renowned Kitagawamura village. Raw materials are rigorously selected, squeezed of their juice, immediately dried and grinded into a very fine powder.

Use this powder as you would use lemon traditionally. It will significantly flavour your broths, juices, marinades. It goes perfectly with sea food, fish and crustaceans, with white meat, pork and veal and poultry. On the sweet side it will perfume your pies, fruit salads, creams, jams, ice creams and sorbets. It will transform a simple yogurt or white cheese into a dessert.

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    Avis laissé le 2016-09-19 par Jean-Pierre C

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    Kôchi Yuzu bark powder

    Kôchi Yuzu bark powder

    Kôchi Yuzu bark powder

    The smell is powerful and rich. The taste offers a wonderful balance between freshness and bitterness.