Hatton Hill

Dried Edible Rose Petals

£1.79
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£1.79

Dried Edible Rose Petals by Hatton Hill. Grown, harvested and dried in Pakistan. Packed in the UK.

Rose petals have long been a star ingredient in Middle Eastern and South Asian cuisine, featuring prominently in sweets, drinks, rice dishes and more.

PURE, PREMIUM PRODUCT: Hatton Hill's dried edible rose petals are the plumpest, most succulent parts of the flower, selected from the finest of the crop and dried naturally before being packed promptly to seal in their beautiful flavour and aroma.  

USES: Our rose petals are a wonderful addition to a surprisingly wide range of dishes and drinks. Use them in cakes, brownies and cookie dough, flavour jellies and panna cotta with them, and grind them up and use them to add colour and flavour to frosting mix for cakes. How about getting exotic and stirring them into rice, cous cous, and other grain-based dishes, or sprinkling them into salads for an indulgent touch of glamour? Freeze them in ice cubes to add a delightful, subtle twist to cold drinks, brew them as a wonderfully aromatic tea (both hot and iced), and use them to put a colourful, flavourful spin on cocktails and mocktails!

In addition to cooking and dessert recipes, you can also use our dried edible rose petals to make your own natural health products at home. Produced from the most productive rose seeds of Pakistan, this product will improve your quality of life and nutrition

Air dried during the sun, which helps to maintain its shape, colour and taste. Make your own perfume infused with essential oils. Use the petals for foot spas, soaps, or even as shower confetti.

In addition to throwing confetti for the wedding, red confetti can be used as rose petals, handmade potpourri, or decorations for crafts. Fantastic as a plant for melting wax, card bombs or foot baths. Petals can be added to laundry baskets, sachets or birthday decorations.

Packed on premises that handle celery, cereals containing gluten, mustard, peanuts, sesame, soybeans, sulphur dioxide and sulphites, and tree nuts (such as almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts, brazil nuts, cashews, pecans, pistachios and macadamias).