Dried lemongrass leaves without additives and impurities, pack 100 grams.
Lemongrass or lemongrass tea captivates with its mild taste and delicate citrus aroma, refreshes well and gives a romantic mood.
Thais have long used lemongrass as a medicine and for making aromatic incense, and in Thai cuisine this plant is an irreplaceable product and seasoning.
Lemongrass is an essential ingredient in the famous Thai soups Tom Yam or Tom Ka.
Ingredients: dried lemongrass leaves 100 grams.
Lemongrass Tea Recipes:
- Lemongrass Tea – One tablespoon of dry lemongrass per cup of boiling water, leave for about five minutes, then strain into a cup.
- Lemongrass Ginger Tea – Place 20g in a teapot. ginger, 1 tablespoon dry lemongrass, and 2 teaspoons green (or black) tea. Pour boiling water over, leave for 5 minutes. Can be brewed 3-4 times.
- Green tea with lemongrass – 1 teaspoon of green tea and 1 teaspoon of lemongrass pour 500 ml of hot water (95 degrees), leave for 15 minutes.