For sweet soups and sauces, compotes, jams and pastries, baked apples, ice cream, desserts and the like.
In the hearty kitchen it goes well with roast wild boar and red cabbage. It can also be found in curry dishes, in sweet-sour pickled fruits and in chutneys. Hot alcoholic drinks, such as punch, should not be missing. Also drink it in your coffee.
Origin: Indonesia. Controlled quality.
Coumarin is not an artificially added substance, but a natural flavouring that is contained in many plants. Calculated value: 1.47g/kg - 2.85g/kg.
Nutritional values per 100g:
Calorific value 1,137.00 kJ
Protein 3.90 g
Carbohydrates 56,00 g
of which sugar 55.44 g
Fat 3.20 g
of which total fatty acid 0.88 g
Dietary fibre 24.35 g
Sodium 0.03 g