Sweet and Sensuous: Edible Wild Hibiscus Flowers

January 4, 2013

For a beautiful and definitely unique treat, try these candied Hibiscus flowers we found from our friends over at ThinkGeek.com

Hibiscus flowers are often found in herbal teas. They have a bright lemony flavor, and turn any beverage a rich burgundy color. These have been candied in simple syrup, making them almost translucent. 

Edible Wild Hibiscus Flowers

For delicious ways to use Hibiscus, check out there recipes:

Cranberry Hibiscus Sauce

Hibiscus Iced Tea

Strawberry Mango Hibiscus Leather

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Comments

Matt Hanna's picture

Hibiscus flowers are very famous and many people like to include these flowers in their tea. There are many other advantages of this flower which helps the people to use in their daily life.

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Matt Hanna's picture

Hibiscus flowers are very famous and many people like to include these flowers in their tea. There are many other advantages of this flower which helps the people to use in their daily life.

http://www.lacoteimmo.com/prix-de-l-immo/achat/pays/france.htm


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