ClickCease Rosemary Edible Essential Oils / Aromatic Food-grade Oils / Culinary Fragrance Elixirs
Rosemary Edible Essential Oils / Aromatic Food-grade Oils / Culinary Fragrance Elixirs
Rosemary Edible Essential Oils / Aromatic Food-grade Oils / Culinary Fragrance Elixirs

Rosemary Edible Essential Oils / Aromatic Food-grade Oils / Culinary Fragrance Elixirs

Rosemary Edible Essential Oils / Aromatic Food-grade Oils / Culinary Fragrance Elixirs
Rosemary Edible Essential Oils / Aromatic Food-grade Oils / Culinary Fragrance Elixirs
  • Low MOQ
  • Natural Ingredients
  • Pure Oil
Minimum order: 25 Units
In stock: Yes - limited quantities in stock
Able to customize: Yes
Monthly capacity: 8,000 Units
Estimated delivery: May 19, 2024

Description

Rosemary: Aromatic plant with countless uses in cooking. Perfumes sauces, dressings, meats or vegetables.

Edible essential oils can be used in soups and starters; in marinades, dressings and sauces; with red and white meats; with fish, rice and vegetables; in breads, cookies, cakes and desserts.
Essential oils are used in drops, usually one drop per hundred grams of product. They are powerful and concentrated and, if you exceed the doses, their intense aroma can make a dish unpleasant.
PRECAUTIONS FOR COOKING WITH ESSENTIAL OILS
• The flavor of the oils is very powerful and only one or two drops should be added to foods. Consider that 1 drop is equal to a teaspoon of crushed herbs or spices.
• To preserve its healing properties, it is recommended that it be added at the end of the cooking process.
• WE DO NOT RECOMMEND ITS USE IN PREGNANCY UNDER ANY FORM.
Edible essential oils are divided into 4 main groups:
• Herbs (rosemary, mint)
• Spices (clove, cinnamon)
• Citrus fruits (lemon, orange)
• Flowers (geranium, lavender)

Basil: Basil essential oil has an intense aroma and flavor of fresh basil, which can add a vibrant touch to dishes such as pastas, salads, soups and sauces. It is recommended diluted in olive oil. to flavor salad dressings, marinades, pasta sauces, soups, meat and fish dishes, among others. It can also be used to make flavored oils for dipping bread or drizzling over roasted vegetables.