Growing Kaffir Lime Trees  

         Kaffir lime is a citrus fruit and it is normally cultivated in Asia. It is also used for cooking widely in Asian cuisines. It is common feature in several Thai dishes. Growing Kaffir lime trees can be easy or difficult, depending on the weather conditions.

You can grow the tree from a seed, and it can be grown either indoors or outdoors.More...

 

Germination Of Kaffir Lime Tree Seeds

Germination Of Kaffir Lime Tree Seeds

The leaves of Kaffir limes are widely used in Asian cooking. It offers a unique flavor that is rich in taste and also smell. The Kaffir lime tree is actually a dwarf lime tree, and does not grow taller than five feet. The pungent odor from the tree is so strong that this species does not even get bothered by insects and pests.More...

 

 

 

How To Use Kaffir Lime Leaves ?

How To Use Kaffir Lime Leaves

Kaffir lime leaves are used in several Asian dishes. Thai cuisine uses it in almost every dish. It has a strong smell and taste. The Kaffir lime tree is a native of Indonesia. Some of the cuisines it is used in commonly are Thai, Indonesian, Cambodian and Lao cuisines. In the United Sates, these leaves are available in most of the Asian marts. You can get fresh or dried leaves. Both can be used for cooking and flavoring various dishes.More...

 

 

Substitute For Kaffir Lime Leaves

Substitute For Kaffir Lime Leaves

Kaffir lime leaves have a unique taste that no other herb or leaf has. They have a strong taste and smell, and nothing else can match them. So, literally there is no substitute for this one item in the culinary world.More...

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Where-To-Find-Kaffir-Lime-Spice      Kaffir lime leaves are vastly used in Asian cuisines. They are dark green in color and have a strong smell and taste. They are excellent for flavoring any kind of dish. The fruit of the tree is not that popular. It has a thick crumpled skin along with a nipple-like protuberance at the top and bottom of the fruit. The leaf of the tree is more valuable than its fruit. More..

 


 

 

 
   
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