Prekese aidan fruit is used to flavor food, especially traditional West African soups such as pepper soup, palm nut soup, banga soup, pepper soups, as well as a flavoring in desserts and baking for its nutritional value and flavor.
It is a long woody spice with rough curve edges that you cut the quantity required like cinnamon sticks. And can be thrown into stews and sauces whole or ground.
This fruit can be steeped in hot water and drank as tea or put in soups and stews.
Aidan fruit pods can be reused, air dry or refrigerate already used pods to be used again.
- Prekese is also known as Aridan, Oshosho, Imiminje, Apapa, Edeminang, Ighirehimi, and Ighimiaka, Yanghanyanghan.
- Also check our prekese tea bags and ground prekese
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