Roselle Goodness

More options either serve as tea or even jelly.

A drink made from crimson or deep magenta-coloured calyces of the Roselle flower.

Taste similar to cranberry like flavour.

Check out this link on how to prepare the Roselle Drink.

Collections of photos on the budding Roselle plant.

These blooms, leaves and pods of the roselle plant are also edible.

Leaves has the taste like spicy Spinach.

Both the leaves and calyces contain natural pectin.

Either fresh or dried calyces are used in the preparation of herbal drinks, jam, jellied etc.

I prefer to boil the fleshy calyces with sugarcane sugar.


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