Grown throughout Southeast Asia, the kalamansi is known by many names, including calamondin, calamansi, kalamunding, golden lime, Philippine lime, Panama orange, Chinese orange, musk orange and acid orange. As a hybrid of tangerine and kumquat, this small, round citrus has a unique flavor profile with notes of orange, lemon, grapefruit, pineapple, guava and even apricot. Think of it as the one-man band of tropical fruits, playing several tunes at once to the tastebuds! Crushed into a silky, smooth puree, it can be incorporated into many different recipes, often as a substitute for lime and other citruses:
Kalamansi Puree is a creation of La Fruitiere, a French fruit puree company that harnesses the ripest ingredients from the richest terroirs and turns them into versatile purees for the chef. With over 50 distinct flavors on offer, La Fruitiere's purees allow chefs to enhance old recipes while developing new, innovative ideas in the kitchen.
- Key lime pie, tarts, ice creams, sorbets and other desserts.
- Filipino lemonade, mojito, daiquiri and many citrusy, tropical-style beverages.
- grilled tilapia, calamansi chicken and other savory Asian-style dishes.
Ingredients: 90% kalamansi puree, 10% cane sugar
Storage: Freeze on arrival, and once ready to consume, break off and thaw your desired amount, returning the remaining puree to the freezer.
Usually ships within 1 business days.
Product is perishable and must ship via Overnight service.
Types of Frozen Fruit:
Product Questions And Answers
Q:Is the puree sweet and sour? Thanks.
A:The puree has more of a sour, acidic taste. It will taste like the fruit itself as the added sugar content is low (10% sugar, 90% fruit).
Q:Do u have the kalamansi puree....the tart one...... we need stock?
A:Yes this item is available