Prekese, also known as the Aidan fruit, is used in most West African homes as a spice for stews, soups and as a medicine.
Prekese can also be roasted in the oven for its sweet smell which fills your Kitchen and also repels insects.
The scientific name for Prekese is Tetrapleura Tetraptera, also known as the Aidan Fruit in English, Aridan in Yoruba and Osakrisa in Igbo to mention but a few.
Prekese (as popularly known in Ghana) is an excellent source of calcium, potassium, phosphorous, magnesium, tannins, flavonoids, terpenoids, and phytochemicals.
A sweet aroma with both woody and refreshing taste. Best spice for robust flavoured Meat such as Goat Meat.
Roast in the oven at 180*c for 5 minutes to release its oils and add to your stews, gravies, sauces or soups. Can be used for Tea. Check our Prekese Tea blends.
Store in an airtight container and in a dry cool place. Suitable for freezing.
Must avoid if pregnant and have stomach ulcer. Nausea, vomiting and ulcer pains
Excessive consumption may cause kidney or liver damage
Packed and processed in an environment where Crustaceans and Nuts are used
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