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100% Natural Spices
100% Natural
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Pure and Unadulterated
Cholesterol Free Herbs
Cholesterol Free
Gluten Free Spices
Gluten Free
No trans fats
No trans fats
No genetically modified organisms
No genetically modified organisms
No added chemicals or preservatives
No added chemicals or preservatives

Regency dried limes are exquisitely aromatic, and one of the best smelling herbs we know. A single lime is enough to flavour and scent a large loaf of bread, or 2-3 cups of rice. It has a sweet, citrus taste that's sharp at first and also leaves a long lasting flavour. Perfect for any slow cooked dishes, or those that are cooked in a lot of liquid. The lime can also be easily powdered and sprinkled on top salads, breads, or anything you can think of! Also known as: नीबू, नींबू, Nibu, Nimbu, Limoo, Amani, 幹石灰, Lemon

Lime (Dried) Cooking Notes
Cuisine Mediterranean, Persian, Arabic, Central American
Food Pairings Bread, curries, soups, rice, stuffing, chicken, fish, chillies, garlic, fenugreek, coriander, mushrooms
Flavour / Tastes Like Sugar, Lime, Caraway
Serving size 1 lime if using whole is enough to flavour an entire dish for 6-8 servings. 0.5 grams if powdering.
Directions for use Dried limes can be used whole directly for dishes that are slow cooked and liquid based such as a curry. Put dried lime near start of cooking process to extract the maximum flavour. Powder to sprinkle on finished dishes such as breads, or mix into dry dishes before cooking. Powder using a pestle and mortar.
Recipes Fattoush,
Jambalaya Rice
Lime (Dried) Technical Notes
Origin Somalia
Quality* Grade AA, Whole, Natural brown
Industry Knowledge Dried limes are an ancient spice used in numerous Arab and Central American dishes. They are most commonly used to add a sour note to food either by putting them in whole to stews and liquid based dishes, or by powdering. Powders can also be sprinkled onto just about any dish, and has greatly influenced Persian and Arabic cuisine today. The most popular variety is the Persian dried lime due to it's affordability, however the taste of Persian limes pales in comparison to the ancient Somalian or Guatemalan variety of the spice. Here, the sweetness of the lime is more pronounced, something not possible in the Persion limes and normally only found in fresh limes. Additionally, the aroma of a single small lime can perfume an entire dish. In fact, it's so aromatic that it can be smelt from a meter away, and doesn't even need to be closely sniffed! There are other differences between the Somalian and Guatemalan types, including colour and drying methods. This season, we prefer Somalian. Learn more about Lime.
Also known as Citrus aurantifolia
नीबू, नींबू, Nibu, Nimbu, Limoo, Amani, 幹石灰
**Special Note

For 1kg option, product will be packed in vacuum-sealed transparent bag, not our usual aluminium resealable bag.

For 25kg bulk carton, product will be packed in plastic bags inside cartons, not our usual aluminium resealable bag.

Please call before placing order to check we have stock. Our wholesale and bulk sales exist online as well as offline. In rare cases, this means our stock on our store online may not be accurate, and there may be a delay in delivering your order. Wholesale packs we can usually deliver next day, and bulk packs usually within 3-5 days subject to stock. In rare cases where we are out of stock or product is out of season, delivery time can take a few weeks for our factory to process and ship goods.

Lime (Dried) Physical Characteristics
Appearance Around 2-5 grams per lime. Average lime will be around 4 grams.

*Industry specific terminology.

Please note that our ingredients are 100% natural and processed using traditional methods. As a result there may be some visible imperfections. Our spices will have variations in size and colour due to factors such as the amount of sunlight they received when growing, or the amount of rainfall in a particular season. These differences in appearance are entirely normal, and are the result of not treating them with any chemicals.

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