Symbol of life, fertibility and health, the almond is omnipresent in food of various civilizations, because of its nutritional qualities. To prepare this butter, the almonds are dried by woodfire and ground by millstone at low temperature. The drying improves the digestibility, and preserves the valuable unsaturated fatty acids.
Directions: It can be spread, but it is mainly used in cooking. Thanks to its essential amino acids, it is a good supplement to cereals. It should appear in the daily diet of vegetarians. It is also used to supplement the diet of young children.
Recipe idea: Spaghetti Sauce
Keep some water in the baking dish, add one or two tablespoons of almond butter, basil, garlic, pepper, salt and whatever you like. Stir and serve immediatly.
An exceptional semi-wild spice which will bring magic to any of your dish.
Cooking tips : It is the perfect spice to match with meat’s tastes (pork and lamb), fish, and gives an exceptionnal taste on foie gras. It is good as well to use to season salads and potatos. We don’t advice to strongly expose it to heat to avoid its delicate aromas to be replaced by a bitter taste.
Latin name : Piper borbonense Origin : East of Madagascar Ingredients : 100 % whole wild black voatsiperifery peppercorns Seasonality: September to December Storage: Away from light, heat and moisture.