Real Foods Bay Leaves

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25gr
£0.97 388p / 100g
50gr
£1.14 228p / 100g
100gr
£1.57 157p / 100g
250gr
£2.74 110p / 100g
500gr
£4.60 92p / 100g
1kg
£7.83 78p / 100g
3kg
£22.26 74p / 100g
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5kg
£29.43
(59p / 100g)
2 x 5kg
£27.96 / 5kg
(56p / 100g)
4 x 5kg
£26.49 / 5kg
(53p / 100g)

Ingredients

Bay Leaves ingredients:

Bay Leaves.

About Bay Leaves

Bay leaves add depth of flavour to soups and sauces. The California variety has a bright green colour and a beautiful long leaf (making them great for craft work), with a strong, slightly astringent flavour. The Turkish bay leaves have a softer, more subtle flavour and are more commonly used in most cooking.

Dried bay leaves can last for a long time, but do eventually lose their flavour. Test yours by bending them slightly - they should have a bit of flexibility, and when you do break them, they should still have an aroma.

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Customer reviews

Great tip on checking if the bay leaves in your cupboard are going to actually flavour your dish - I have all too often pull ancient packets out from the back of the cupboard and wondered if they were going to do much good! I like that I can buy very small quantities here to reduce the problem too.

By Laura White on 02/09/2015

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Why not try one of our healthy recipes using this product

Protein Rich Homemade Vegan Seitan Recipe

Summary: Seitan is a very popular meat substitute, that is for people who tolerate gluten well. It is made by mixing wheat gluten (extracted from wheat flour) with water into a dough, shaping the dough and then boiling or baking it. Once cooked and cooled, the Seitan can be sliced or cubed, and then prepared as you would prepare tofu or texturised vegetable protein. Seitan is super versatile in that it absorbs the flavour of any seasonings you add to it, or any sauce you cook it in or serve it with. I like this basic recipe where I simply flavour the Seitan with freshly chopped onion (or onion powder if kneading the dough by hand because it can be difficult for the dough to hold the onion pieces if kneaded by hand) and garlic powder, nutritional yeast, chilli and black pepper ; I then boil it in a broth made with vegetable bouillon, onion, garlic and bay leaves.

Dairy Free Egg Free No added sugar Nut Free Vegan Vegetarian