- Barberries’ sharp taste is compatible with a multitude of foods, from granola and trail mix to saffron chicken and pilaf. These berries are also a natural source of pectin, making them the perfect base for a tasty jelly. Their jewel-like appearance and bright red color even make them an attractive and edible garnish.
- These tiny berries pack a powerful punch of tart and tangy flavor, adding complexity to both sweet and savory dishes. The subtle sourness creates a versatile flavor profile in marinades and salad dressings.
- When paired with caraway, cardamom, dill, fennel, or tarragon, barberries can complement the rich flavor of chicken, pork, and lamb chops.
- Packaged in the United States
Barberry berries, dried
Barberry Food Complements
- Breakfast Cereal: Add berries to your morning bowl of granola cereal
- Salad: Sprinkle dried berries over salads - Waldorf salad
- Pilaf: Soak the dried berries and then fry them in butter before adding rice to make a pilaf.
- Meats: Crush barberries with salt and use as a rub for lamb, beef, or game - In a blender, puree barberries with apple cider, salt, and hot sauce to make a thick marinade for pork chops
- Yogurt dressing: Mix whole berries with greek yogurt, olive oil, lemon juice, salt, and pepper for a quick, tangy dressing
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