Are you ready to add major mojo to your meal? In Southeast Asia, Jujubes are traditionally enjoyed as a snack, steeped in hot water to create a warming tea, or used as a star ingredient in nourishing soups. Today, the sky’s the limit. There’s no meal Jujubes can’t improve.
Try Dried Jujubes – An airy, marshmallowy pulp doesn’t make this fruit fiction. Savor sumptuous notes of caramel (think: A fig and a palm date fell in love). Use in baked goods in place of dried apples, dates, or goji berries.
Fresh Jujubes – Crisp in texture like an apple, with vanilla and brown sugar goodness that’s crazily crave-worthy. Toss into salads, or serve with a nut-and-cheese plate.
Get cooking! Dig into these handy Jujube recipes, below: