Get Fresh & Fruity Edible Flower 40G
Use fresh edible Flowers as a garnish or include in a salad.
It is surprising how many flowers growing in our gardens are edible. Edible flowers have been used for years in cooking or as decorations for various dishes.
The Chinese were the first to experiment with flowers as food and their many and varied recipes can be traced back as far back as 3,000 B.C. In Roman times, the edible flowers of pinks, violets and roses were used in dishes and lavender in sauces.
Gardeners and cooks over 1000 years ago were already using pot marigolds and orange blossom in their cooking.
Today many fine restaurants around the UK and indeed the world are using more and more edible flowers to enhance salads with their colour, texture and intriguing flavours, as well as for decoration on appetisers, starters, cakes and many other dishes.