20, 25₾

Capucine flowers, also known as Nasturtium flowers, are well suited for raw applications as their delicate nature cannot withstand high heat preparations. They are commonly added in as a finishing element and garnish to dishes and are tossed into green salads, pasta, grain bowls, and stir-fries. The petals can also be layered in sandwiches and quesadillas, stuffed with cream cheese and herbs, minced and blended into butter, or pureed with the leaves to make a nasturtium pesto. Both the buds and seeds of the nasturtium plant are edible and are commonly pickled yielding a flavor and texture similar to capers. In addition to savory applications, Nasturtium flowers can be frozen in ice cubes, blended into smoothies, or used to decorate cakes. Nasturtium flowers pair well with meats such as veal, poultry, fish, corned beef, and ham, shrimp, fruits such as bananas, blueberries, avocado, and tomatoes, scallions, radish, beets, leafy greens such as arugula, mesclun, baby spinach, oak-leaf, and red-leaf, potatoes, herbs such as chervil, dill, and tarragon, pine nuts, parmesan cheese, and almonds.

Delivery service will be available soon – in the mean time you are welcome to visit our store at Irakli Abashidze 32

Orders placed on the website will be delivered to you at the address specified by you within seven days from the order, at the desired time.

For orders less than 100 GEL, 10 GEL is added – transportation fee.

Above 100 GEL, order delivery is free.

Delivery in the suburbs of Tbilisi (Tabakhmela, Shindisi, Tsavkisi, Kojori, Kiketi, Tskneti, Betania, Akhaldaba and other connected areas) costs 25 GEL.

Storage advice

Edible flowers need to be stored in the refrigerator.

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