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KTC Rose Water, 190ml

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If floral waters are new to you, then start by adding a small amount (¼ teaspoon) and working your way up. Keep in mind, if you add too much of anything floral, it can taste soapy, but just the right amount is heavenly.

You’ll find rose water in many traditional recipes, but you don’t need to be limited to those applications. Here are some ideas for incorporating rose water into your everyday meals: Next time you bake a cake, try swapping the vanilla extract with rose water. You might just find your new favorite flavor. How Is Rose Water Made? The rose water is purified. The liquid is carefully separated from any remaining traces of water or oil, then filtered to remove any impurities or sediment. Thring TSA, et al. (2011). Antioxidant andpotential anti-inflammatory activity of extracts and formulations of white tea,rose, and witch hazel on primary human dermal fibroblast cells. DOI:

Rose water became hugely popular in the Middle East during the early Middle Ages. There, they used rose water not just for desserts but in medicine, for religious ceremonies, dentistry, and more. Crusaders later introduced the fragrant water to Europe, where it became a luxury commodity among the aristocracy. Puddings: From Middle Eastern staples like Mahalabia (Milk Pudding) to burbara (wheat berry pudding) to overnight oats and chia pudding.

Healthline has strict sourcing guidelines and relies on peer-reviewed studies, academic research institutions, and medical associations. We avoid using tertiary references. You can learn more about how we ensure our content is accurate and current by reading our editorial policy.Add it to yogurt, frosting, or ice cream: Light floral flavors go very well with cream, giving them an unexpected Mediterranean flair. Rose water is the fragrant liquid distilled from fresh rose petals. It is a pantry staple throughout the Mediterranean and Middle East, just a dash adds a delicate floral quality to both sweet and savory foods. Photo Credits: Andrea Gralow Rose water tastes slightly sweet and floral. It enhances the flavor of fruits like strawberries and raspberries, or sweetens the flavor of milk-based recipes like yogurt, puddings, or ice cream. I enjoy it stirred into yogurt with a drizzle of honey and crushed pistachios. People have used rose water for centuries for both culinary and aesthetic purposes. Many use it today as perfume or facial toner, but this aromatic liquid is also common in traditional Mediterranean and Middle Eastern dessert recipes like Turkish Delight and Baklava.

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