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Viet Nam | Anatto Seeds

Viet Nam | Anatto Seeds

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Vietnam Anatto Seeds, also known as achiote seeds, are the small seeds of the annatto tree (Bixa orellana). These seeds are known for their vibrant red-orange color and are commonly used as a natural coloring and flavoring agent in various cuisines, particularly in Latin American and Southeast Asian dishes.

Usage: Vietnam Anatto Seeds are primarily used to extract the rich red-orange pigment found in the seeds. This pigment is used to add color to a wide range of dishes, including rice, stews, sauces, and marinades. To extract the color, the seeds are typically heated in oil or another cooking fat until the oil takes on the desired hue, after which the seeds are strained out, leaving behind the infused oil.

Anatto Seeds (B. orellana).

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