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Hibiscus Flower
The beautiful Hibiscus rosa sinensis ("Chinese rose") may or may not have originated in China, as its name suggests, but today it is grown around the world. Rich in vitamin C, the full flavor and deep red color of the infusion made from its magnificent blossoms have long made it a favorite healthful beverage, both hot and cold.


Hibiscus rosa-sinensis

Hibiscus Flower


PREPARATION:

To prepare a hibiscus infusion, use a few pieces per cup of boiling water and steep about 5 min. Hibiscus is very tart, so you will probably want to sweeten it with honey, sugar or other sweetner.
Garnish with a slice of orange.
Hibiscus flowers may be infused multiple times.
Alternatively, soak ¼ cup (½ oz) hibiscus in a quart of cold water overnight. In the morning strain out the flowers and sweeten to taste.

Hibiscus

Hibiscus Flowers
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