Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Recipe North African Pickled Lemon Seasoning

Recipe North African Pickled Lemon Seasoning

Recipe North African Pickled Lemon Seasoning



Pickled lemon seasoning is a staple of North African kitchens. Preserved lemons have a sharp taste and old modern recipe. Fresh lemons are washed, sliced covered in salt for 24 hours, then drained and mixed with spices to cook in North African recipes and Tajines. Making preserved lemons is easy and adds a unique flavor to meals but careful, just a small amount of the North African pickled lemon seasoning goes a long way.



If you have access to lemons or salt, you can make preserved lemons. Preserved lemons are a North African condiment that can be used in many recipes from rice to pasta to fish. You can use preserved lemons in nearly every dish imaginable. Preserved lemons create good bacteria named lactobacillus which is responsible for your gut health for regulating your gastrointestinal tract.

Cooking with North African Pickled Lemon Seasoning is easy in fragrant lamb and vegetable tagines, recipes for chicken with lemons and olives, and salads.





Recipe North African Pickled Lemon Seasoning



Ingredients

5 organic lemons

1/2 cup sea salt

2 teaspoons finely grated peeled ginger

3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice

Water



Directions

Cut four slits on equal sides into the lemons, but do not slice all the way through. Pack the sea salt into the lemon segments and pack the lemons as tightly as possible into a quart size mason jar. Fill with water and seal jar properly. Store in the fridge for a month or two before using. To use, remove a piece of lemon; minced rind is added at the very end of cooking added to a simmering pot.

About Natural Lemons and Lemon Balm

Lemons are a fruit that is best known for a sour taste and it is used in various Cuisines and desserts around the world. The juice of a lemon is about 6% citric acid, which gives it a sour taste the distinctive sour taste of lemon juice makes it a key ingredient in drinks, and food lemons contain high amounts of calcium magnesium vitamin C and potassium. It also contains small amounts of vitamin A and iron.

North African Ancient Egyptians also ate lemons and consumed lemon juice to protect themselves against a variety of poisons since they have strong antibacterial antiviral properties. Lemons are also used in a variety of weight loss program due to an excellent digestive aid and liver cleanser. Lemons contain 22 anticancer compounds including limonene Studies have shown that the limiting oil extracted from living rhyme mold and hope the growth of cancer tumors. Lemons can be a natural treatment for arthritis and rheumatism since lemon juice contains citric acid and can help alkalize the body. It can stimulate the liver dissolving the uric acid accumulated within the joints.

Lemons help lower blood pressure levels help keep blood vessels soft and flexible. When a lemon is consumed regularly, there is less chance of heart failure due to its vitamin B content. People with high blood pressure should drink fresh lemon water several times a day and be sure to drink one glass of warm lemon water early in the morning on an empty stomach this will eventually stabilize your blood pressure and should be a part of your daily regimen.

Lemon balm is in the mint family it is native to Africa and parts of Asia but it grows all over the world and there is a very good chance that it grows in your own backyard. Lemon balm gets its sweet soothing lemony scent from the citronella and undertones of rose and lavender. Ancient African civilizations touted lemon balm on everything from stomach ailments to skin issues. It is packed with a ton of antioxidants and antibacterial properties which make it an amazing thing to use in all areas of your life. Lemon balm is perfect to add to a salad. You could also use it to make a quick homemade dressing or a marinade. Lemon balm herbal iced tea with a little bit of fresh lemon peel is the perfect herbal drink to make on days you need to detox.

Recipe North African Pickled Lemon Seasoning


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