Dried plums Aloo Bukhara, with their wrinkled shiny skin, are a fascinating fruit that is native to America, Europe, and Asia. While there are numerous varieties of this fruit, only a select few are suitable for drying. Typically, the plums chosen for drying are firm and contain a higher level of sugar, resulting in a moist flesh with a delightful, rich flavor.
Although sun drying is still practiced, most commercial drying of plums occurs through the use of dehydration dryers. Interestingly, although commonly known as prunes, these dried plums are marketed under the name “dried plums Aloo Bukhara” to enhance their appeal to consumers. The versatility of dried plums shines through as they can be enjoyed straight out of the hand, incorporated into stewed dishes, or added to both sweet and savory recipes, lending their unique flavor profile to diverse culinary creations.
Beyond their delectable taste, dried plums offer a range of health benefits. They have the potential to aid digestion, support eye health, contribute to a heart-friendly diet, boost the immune system, improve blood circulation, maintain electrolyte balance, and provide a rich source of antioxidants. Additionally, the skin-friendly properties of dried plums make them a valuable addition to any skincare regimen
Dried plums contain significant amounts of sorbitol, quinic acid, chlorogenic acids, vitamin K1, boron, copper, and potassium. Synergistic action of these and other compounds, which are also present in dried plums in less conspicuous amounts, may have beneficial health effects when dried plums are regularly consumed.
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Store in a cool dry place away from sunlight.
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Country of Origin: Afghanistan
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