Lemon dried peel comes from the flavoured part of the lemon. The coloured part is taken away while leaving the white and bitter portion known as pith behind. The zest is spread on a plate or waxed paper in one layer and left exposed to the air for a couple of days until it dries enough to become brittle. An oven or dehydrator can also be used to dry the peels. This product contains no added ingredients or additives; just the citrus fruits, predominantly the peel. Store your dried zest in a cool and dry place in a sealed jar to maintain its flavour.
Properties of Dried Lemon Peel
Lemon peels have more vitamins when compared to lemon juice. Some of them are Vitamin A, Vitamin C, beta-carotene, potassium, magnesium and calcium. Lemon peels are also health regenerators in eliminating toxic components in the body.
Benefits of Dried Lemon Peel
Lemon dried peels are versatile. Just like any other citrus dried peels, you can use them in recipe dressings, infused spirits or infused oils to add some flavour. Dried citrus peel is delicious in sauces or marinades for vegetables and roasted meat. You can also mix them with your tea leaves to give your tea a lovely taste or use it to create potpourri to create an inviting scent in your home. You can use the lemon peels to supplement revitalising citrus scent to your bath salt and bath scrub mixtures.
Lemon Dried Peel – Manufacturer & Supplier
Lemon Concentrate Company uses refrigerated warehouse facilities to store dried lemon peels throughout the year to make them available whenever you need them. The company conforms to the EU standards as well as food safety directives strictly to meet the set expectations. The production facilities, utilisation of modern technology and their experience with current consumers have made Lemon Concentrate the most sought company for dry lemon peel suppliers, ensuring high quality all the way.
- 10 Kg
- MOISTURE (G/100G)
- ASH (G/100G)