HEXA HALAL Basil Leaves (20g) - Daun Selasih

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Basil is known as ‘Daun selasih’ in Malay and ‘罗勒叶’ in Chinese or also called great basil, is a culinary herb of the family Lamiaceae. Basil is native to tropical regions from central Africa to Southeast Asia. It is a tender plant and is used in cuisines worldwide. It is an annual herb that is most often green in color. It has a fragrant, sweet smell and peppery taste. Basil leaves are large, somewhat delicate, and have a smooth texture marked with a series of veins and they are the prime part of the plant used in cooking. Basil is an herb in the mint family that is essential in Italian cooking, although it is also used in a variety of other types of cuisines including Thai, Indonesian, and Vietnamese.

Basil leaves are used in a variety of culinary preparations. It is known for being the main ingredient in traditional pesto and is also a favorite seasoning in tomato-based pasta sauces. In addition to the flavour, the culinary herb is said to preserve and enhance the properties of the food. Next, It adds a depth and flavor that is not rivaled by other herbs.

100% natural ingredients.
One of the world's most popular spices.
Anti-inflammatory properties of basil may help lower risk of heart diseases.
Helps to soothe fever, headache, sore throat, cold, cough, flu.
An anti-stress agent that help to manage depression and anxiety.
Diabetics management by releasing glucose slowly in the blood.
Assisting with digestion and reducing bloating.
Halal Certified.
HACCP certified.

Suggested Use
Dried basil can be easily added to practically any dish. The most common use of basil is for cooking, such as in tomato sauce, pesto, or vinegars. But it also can be sprinkled over salads and sliced tomatoes, either whole or chopped. They can also be used whole and added as a pizza topping or garnish.

Tomato-based sauces
Thai basil chicken
Soups and sauces
Garnish avocado toast
Ice cream topping

Basil leaves

Keep in a clean, dry and cool place. Better to keep in the fridge once open.

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