Indulge in the rich and tangy flavor of Murabba Tumba – the ultimate organic bitterapple preserve! Made with premium quality ingredients, this delectable spread is your perfect companion for breakfast or snack time. With every bite, experience a burst of natural goodness that will leave you craving for more. Trust us, once you try it, there’s no going back!
Enriched with natural nutrition
Bitter apple has traditionally been used to support digestive health. It may help stimulate digestion, alleviate constipation, and aid in the treatment of certain digestive disorders. However, the bitter apple fruit is extremely bitter and typically requires extensive processing to remove its toxicity before consumption.
Bitter apple contains compounds with potential anti-inflammatory properties. These compounds may help reduce inflammation in the body, which is associated with various chronic diseases and conditions.
Bitter apple contains antioxidants that can help protect against oxidative stress and neutralize harmful free radicals in the body. Antioxidants play a crucial role in overall health and may help reduce the risk of certain diseases.
In traditional medicine, bitter apple has been used for its potential antidiabetic, analgesic (pain-relieving), and anti-parasitic properties. However, it’s important to note that these traditional uses are not widely supported by scientific evidence, and caution should be exercised when using bitter apple for therapeutic purposes.
How To Use
Flavor Enhancer: Bitter apple preserve, if the bitterness has been adequately removed, can be used sparingly as a flavor enhancer in certain dishes. Add a small amount to sauces, marinades, or stews to give them a unique and distinctive taste.
Chutneys or Dips: Incorporate a small amount of bitter apple preserve into chutneys or dips to add a hint of bitterness and complexity to the flavors. Combine it with other ingredients such as fruits, spices, and herbs to balance out the flavors.
Baking Experimentation: If you enjoy experimenting in the kitchen, you can try incorporating small amounts of bitter apple preserve into baked goods like bread, cakes, or muffins. Keep in mind that the bitter taste may still be present, so adjust the sweetness and other flavors accordingly.
Culinary Infusions: Infuse bitter apple preserve into vinegars, oils, or spirits to create unique culinary infusions. The bitterness can add depth to the infused liquids, which can then be used to enhance the flavors of various dishes or used in dressings and marinades.
Store in cool and dry place. Excessive heat, light, or moisture can degrade the quality of the preserves, so it’s essential to protect them from these elements. Periodically check the jars for signs of spoilage, such as bulging lids, mold growth, or off-putting odors. If you notice any of these signs, discard the preserves immedietly.