Cooking with Dried Moringa Leaves

The dry moringa leaf is an excellent substitute for the fresh. It can be used in just about any way that fresh can be used. Add it to salads, soups, or your favorite chicken, fish or shrimp dishes at the end of the cooking cycle. The dry leaf reconstitutes with the liquids or dressings and takes on the appearance of fresh leaf. Dry leaf does not have to be cooked very long, just five to ten minutes at most.

Just add 1/4 to 1/2 cup and stir. Makes for an attractive presentation as well as adding extra nutrition!

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Here is the Dry Moringa Leaf after it constitutes with the liquid at the end of the cooking cycle.

Here is the Dry Moringa Leaf after it constitutes with the liquid at the end of the cooking cycle.

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