Banana Blossom
Banana Blossom(4460765380650)
Banana Blossom(4460765380650)

Banana Blossom

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Special Features of Product:
  • 100% Organic Food
  •   100% Fresh No Chemicals
Rs 152.00
Supplement Facts
Serving Size 1-2 Adults
Servings per container 1
Amount per serving

Energy 51.0kcal *
Protein 1.6g *
Fat 0.6g *
Carbohydrates 9.9g *
Fiber 5.7g *
Ash 1.2g *
Calcium 56.0mg *
Phosphorus 73.3mg *
Iron 56.4mg *
Copper 13.0mg *
Potassium 553.3mg *
Magnesium 48.7mg *
Vitamin E 1.07mg *
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet
 

About the product

Local

Dry & Intermediate Zones

Originated from Southeast Asia

Crunchy, nutty, and starchy

Banana flower’s chloroform extracts were found to stabilize blood sugar levels, which may help those suffering from diabetes.

The banana flower has ability to treat infection because it possesses ethanol flowers which helps to prevent the pathogenic bacterial growth.

The high antioxidant content of banana flowers prevents oxidation and inhibits molecules from destabilizing DNA. This prevents heart diseases and strokes.

Banana flowers emerge as a large tapered cone from the center of the banana tree at the tip end of a forming bunch of bananas. They are red-orange to deep purple and consist of tightly compacted petals that house white tubular flowers within. It is also called the banana heart. The banana heart consist of several flowers that develop into bananas.

Remove purplish-red outer bracts from banana blossoms. Discard flower-like clusters and thinly slice inner bracts widthwise on the diagonal. Place in a bowl filled with 2 litres water, lemon juice and 1 tbsp salt, to prevent browning. Halve banana blossom cores, slice on the diagonal and add to acidulated water.

Drain banana blossoms and place in a bowl. Add prawns, spring onions, coconut, coriander and dressing, and toss gently to combine. Scatter with eschalots to serve.

Supplement Facts Serving Size 1-2 Adults Servings per container 1 Amount per serving
Energy 51.0kcal * Protein 1.6g * Fat 0.6g * Carbohydrates 9.9g * Fiber 5.7g * Ash 1.2g * Calcium 56.0mg * Phosphorus 73.3mg * Iron 56.4mg * Copper 13.0mg * Potassium 553.3mg * Magnesium 48.7mg * Vitamin E 1.07mg * * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet
 

About the product

Local

Dry & Intermediate Zones

Originated from Southeast Asia

Crunchy, nutty, and starchy

Banana flower’s chloroform extracts were found to stabilize blood sugar levels, which may help those suffering from diabetes.

The banana flower has ability to treat infection because it possesses ethanol flowers which helps to prevent the pathogenic bacterial growth.

The high antioxidant content of banana flowers prevents oxidation and inhibits molecules from destabilizing DNA. This prevents heart diseases and strokes.

Banana flowers emerge as a large tapered cone from the center of the banana tree at the tip end of a forming bunch of bananas. They are red-orange to deep purple and consist of tightly compacted petals that house white tubular flowers within. It is also called the banana heart. The banana heart consist of several flowers that develop into bananas.

Remove purplish-red outer bracts from banana blossoms. Discard flower-like clusters and thinly slice inner bracts widthwise on the diagonal. Place in a bowl filled with 2 litres water, lemon juice and 1 tbsp salt, to prevent browning. Halve banana blossom cores, slice on the diagonal and add to acidulated water.

Drain banana blossoms and place in a bowl. Add prawns, spring onions, coconut, coriander and dressing, and toss gently to combine. Scatter with eschalots to serve.