Terre Exotique’s yuzu zest adds a burst of citrus flavour to chocolate desserts and grilled fish. Yuzu are small Japanese citrus fruits, with a similar flavour to mandarin and lime. This zingy yuzu zest is wonderful sprinkled over dishes before serving to enjoy the full aroma and flavour.
Pair with chocolate tarts, lemon sorbet, or add a pinch to grilled white fish, tabbouleh salads and BBQ prawns.
This 100g bag is ideal for professional kitchens – the yuzu zest comes in opaque packaging, protecting it from light and preserving the fresh flavour, while the flat base makes it easy to store.
About Terre Exotique
Terre Exotique works directly with hundreds of specialist farmers and producers around the world – to bring the very best peppers, spices and salts to our tables. The company was founded by Erwann de Kerros, a Breton and seasoned traveller. After tasting pepper in the Penja plantation in Cameroon, Kerros yearned to try other specialist peppers and spices – and Terre Exotique was born.
The company works closely with farmers to preserve natural habitats, and to ensure a sustainable income for local communities. Each spice is carefully packed in pouches – the opaque packaging preserves the flavours and aroma of your spice, by protecting them from sunlight. So the ingredients stay at their best for longer.
Ingredients: Yuzu zest
Storage: Keep at room temperature in a dry place
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