What’s barberry and what uses
The barberry tree is a lovely shrub that often grows wild in most parts of Iran, the wild type has often seeded barberry fruit, but there is another type of barberry known as ruby red, without seeds. The small trees naturally begin to give barberry after 4-5 years; the harvesting time of the barberry is the month of November when all the barberry is colored, and all of them are in the same color.
Excellent source of Vitamin C and ample antioxidants and a perfect addition to Many Different Dishes: powerful punch of tart and tangy flavor, adding complexity to so many dishes, it can give you a cooking variety and options for different meals. They’re used in Indian, Syrian, Iranian, Persian, and Turkish cuisine. When paired with Caraway, Cardamom, Dill, Fennel, Or Tarragon, Barberries can complement the rich flavor of Chicken, Pork, And Lamb Chops.
No Added Sugars, Perfect for Any Diet: just clean and Natural Barberry Fruit!
- Scientific name: Berberis vulgaris L.
- Generic name: Berberidis fructus
- English names: Barberry, common barberry, Pipperidage, Berberry.
- Farsi names: Zereshk.
- Plant family: Berberidaceae.
- Organs Used: Fruit.