Akudjura

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What is akudjura?

Akudjura

Akudjura (ground bush tomato). Flavor - Sweet savory taste of tamarillo/caramel and similar to concentrated sun-dried tomatoes. Color and Appearance - Light brown free-flowing powder. Typical Use - Sprinkle as a seasoning for soups, vegetables, salads, cheeses or pastries. Akudjura is the seasoning used in the Sydney Salad. Salt or cheddar cheese enhances the flavor by balancing any bitterness. Helpful hints - Use at 3 to 5 percent dry addition rate. Try it in biscuits or even ice cream for something really different. Storage and Packaging Size - Store Dry, 90g jar, 1kg zip-lock bag. See also bush tomato chutney or bush tomatoes in oil

   

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