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Quick bilog at Mamasons? Hot tasty dumpling parcels at XU? Within minutes you can have a belly full of hot, tasty delights. But what about when you want to take that feeling home? Many believe that fresh turmeric has anti-pain properties, due to its anti-inflammatory effects. This makes it the perfect root to add to all types of winter recipes, keeping those winter illnesses at pay. We love the fresh turmeric root available at SeeWoo which can be chopped, grated and used to season everything from soups, to curries and even your morning eggs.
As we enter the season of goodwill, extend your kindness to the prickly Thai jackfruit. Despite its sharp exterior, this fruit is full of sweetness, adding an exotic base for everything from custards, to cakes and even sorbet. Thanks to its meaty texture, it can also be used for winter-warmer vegan and vegetarian dishes to replace chicken and other meats, served up with steaming rice and plenty of greens.
It can be eaten as is, making it a convenient and delicious dessert for feasting with friends and is high in calories which makes it ideal for the colder winter months. Pick up a fresh bunch at SeeWoo and slice off the thick leafy greens, then add to a stir fry, or boil in broth for a tasty meal or side dish.
Pak choi is high in water and low in calories. Plus, when eaten in the right quantities, it can supply almost an entire daily allowance of vitamin A, C and B6, making it worth every yummy mouthful. Special tip: ask SeeWoo if they have any young pak choi in stock as the leaves are super tender and can be eaten in salads as well as cooked. For more recipe and ingredient ideas make sure you follow our daily posts ChinatownLondon.
Article See all food See all food. Fresh turmeric at SeeWoo Many believe that fresh turmeric has anti-pain properties, due to its anti-inflammatory effects. Thai jackfruit from New Loon Moon As we enter the season of goodwill, extend your kindness to the prickly Thai jackfruit.