Kaffir Lime Leaves

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Kaffir Lime Leaves, as the name suggest they come from the same trees as we get limes from

How you dry leaves makes a huge difference to the form, dried in the sun will produce delicate curling leaves while freeze drying or vacuum drying will produce rigid solid leaves

Our Kaffir Lime Leaves are just that, rigid solid leaves - this ensures the flavour is stored in the leaves and not lost in the drying process

Lime Leaves can be added to any dish - Thai in particular for us, other cuisines just as good

You do not need much of a leaf to infuse flavour so adding a little at a time is better, just like bay the leaf is ideally removed before serving

Grown in India

Packed in a Unit that handles Sesame Seeds, Mustard and Celery

Customer Reviews

8 reviews

  • 5

    Lime Leaves

    Posted by Paul C on 4th Apr 2023

    Quality & Service Great, As Usual *****

  • 5

    Kaffir Lime Leaves

    Posted by Catherine Gormley on 19th Feb 2023

    Very tasty addition to my curry recipes, excellent

  • 5

    Lime leaves

    Posted by Tony C on 12th Sep 2021

    very tasty for authentic Thai dishes

  • 5


    Posted by Chris Williams on 18th Jan 2021

    Best tasting spices ever, expertly packaged and delivered. Faultless service.

  • 5

    Great value and efficient service and delivery

    Posted by Phillip Norris on 30th Nov 2020

    Great product, keenly priced and quick delivery time. Very pleased with the all round service

  • 5

    Beautiful quality

    Posted by Jim J on 5th Jun 2020

    Beautiful quality, used them in a dish tonight

  • 5

    Beautiful quality

    Posted by Jim J on 5th Jun 2020

    Beautiful quality, used them in a dish tonight

  • 5

    Beautiful quality

    Posted by Jim J on 6th May 2020

    Beautiful quality, used them in a dish tonight

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