Angkor Foods Kaffir Lime Leaves

Also known as makrut lime, kaffir lime leaves are a staple in Southeast Asian cuisine, characterized by a penetrating citrus flavor and bold, clarifying aroma with a slight floral accent. In fact, this ingredient is so exceptional that many chefs say if you can’t get your hands on kaffir lime, it’s better to omit it rather than replace it with ordinary limes—the flavor simply can’t compare. Kaffir lime leaves pair well with ginger, lemongrass, galangal, garlic and cilantro and will add a distinctive flavor and wonderful aroma to curry pastes, soups and marinades. Try simmering 3 or 4 leaves in Cambodian White Pepper Coconut-Curry Chicken (Amok) or Stir-Fried Black Pepper Chicken. Just be sure to either finely slice and mince them, or remove them from dishes before serving as you would bay leaves, since mature kaffir lime leaves are rather tough.

  • Net Weight: 0.21 oz
  • Ingredients: Whole Kaffir Lime Leaf

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