This fiery red summery deliciousness is like the whole candy bag and its different flavors are carefully balanced to perfection. Lumpy and huggable, like an aunt you meet too rarely, this love-wrapped marmalade will give the cheese an extra dimension. A wonderful taste experience every morning where the summery sweet strawberry balances with fresh mint and tasty basil fills all the traditional drumsticks. Graceful like a porcelain angel and inviting like a large welcoming committee at the midsummer party.
Perfect for cream cheese, goat cheese, Ricotta, Delice de Bourgogne, Jarlsberg, Appenzeller, Brie, Cheddar, muffins, scones
If you're not already a fan of strawberries, you should be. They are not only juicy, summery and delicious, they are also a real superfood. Nutritious and full of antioxidants (like vitamin C), the benefits of strawberries are endless.
A whole kilo of strawberries contains about the same number of calories as 100 grams of sweets. Think how much longer you can sit and munch on a bowl full of sweet, sun-ripened strawberries compared to a few pieces of candy. Strawberries are, among other things, filled with vitamin C, fiber and folic acid.
The garden donut is a widely cultivated hybrid species of the genus Fragaria, commonly known as strawberries, which is grown worldwide for its fruit. The fruit is widely appreciated for its characteristic aroma, bright red color, juicy texture and sweetness. It is consumed in large quantities, either fresh or in such prepared foods as jam, juice, pies, ice cream, milkshakes and chocolate.
The garden fritter was first born in Brittany, France, in the 1750s via a cross between Fragaria virginiana from eastern North America and Fragaria chiloensis, brought from Chile by Amédée-François Frézier in 1714.
The strawberry is not, from a botanical point of view, a berry. Technically, it is an aggregate accessory fruit, meaning that the fleshy part does not come from the plant's ovaries but from the receptacle that holds the ovaries. Each apparent "seed" (achene) on the outside of the fruit is actually one of the flower's ovaries, with a seed inside it.
Spearmint is a perennial plant whose leaves have a distinct mint flavor, but milder than peppermint. The leaves are used in soups, sauces, desserts, drinks and for tea. A famous drink with spearmint is the mojito. The taste is best before the plant begins to flower. The leaves are best used fresh but can also be dried.
Spearmint was already used in antiquity by the Greeks and Romans. Chewing on spearmint not only gives you fresh breath, because it has antibacterial properties it provides good dental hygiene. Spearmint acts as a muscle relaxant, so spearmint tea is used for stomach problems. It is also used to relieve headaches, and spearmint oil can be inhaled to dissolve mucus in colds. Spearmint tea is also used to relieve colds and coughs. Thanks to its healthy taste, spearmint is often used in toothpaste and chewing gum.
There is nothing that tickles the nose quite like the scent of a large handful of freshly picked basil. Basil comes in many different varieties, but the most famous are green, red and Thai basil. The herb comes from Asia, has spread to the Mediterranean area and is today one of the most used herbs here in the north.
Basil is a normally annual plant, which belongs to the genus Ocimum in the family of flowering plants. In warm climates it sometimes becomes perennial. The leaves are used in dishes with tomato, on pasta, fish, green salads and finely chopped in couscous and other grain salads. The classic pesto, where you mix basil with olive oil, pine nuts, sea salt, Parmesan cheese and garlic, is now self-explanatory.
Basil is a fantastic flavoring that makes your meals smell of summer, sun and holidays in southern Europe. Anyone who loves Italian cuisine must have basil at home. Use the leaves in dishes with tomato, on pasta, fish, green salads and finely chopped in couscous and other grain salads. The classic pesto, where you mix basil with olive oil, pine nuts, sea salt, Parmesan cheese and garlic, is now self-explanatory. In hot dishes, you should first mix in the basil just before serving because the heat destroys the flavor and aroma of the leaves. Basil is an annual herb that requires sun, heat, shelter and plenty of water. Therefore, basil is usually grown in a greenhouse or in a pot at home.
Ingredients: Strawberries*, raw cane sugar*(26%), lemon*, chili*, pectin, mint*, basil* (*Organic ingredients)
Amount of fruit 72 g per 100g
Nutrition declaration 100g: Energy 571 kJ/136 kcal; Fat 0.1 g (saturated fat 0 g); Carbohydrates 35 g (sugars 31 g); Protein 0.4 g; Salt 0.01 g