Last Updated : Mar 31,2018
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This flavouring is derived from the Orange fruit. It has a very sharp and citric flavour and colour, hence use an eye-dropper to add a drop at a time in case too much goes in and ruins the dish. It is widely used to flavor desserts and beverages in Indian cuisine
How to Select
Look for tiny bottles of it in Indian and Asian markets. Pay for a good brand and verify on the dates stamped - manufacturing and expiry.
· Widely used in desserts and beverages.
· It adds an appealing colour and imparts flavour to milkshakes, custards, cakes, puddings.
How to Store
Store it in the refrigerator. Keep it in a dry place, sealed properly.
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