For the uninitiated, Mahua/Mahuwa is called the 'tree of life' by the tribals. The fruit, flower, bark, leaves, all parts were used for culinary and medicinal purposes. A traditional superfood, we think it makes for a great inclusion in your experiments and deserves wider acceptance than it has now.
This mahua jam is our attempt at familiarizing you with the smell and taste of this flower which falls in the months of march and April , all across the forests of central India. To make the jam, we hand pick, sort, clean each flower and process it right here at our workshop in Pench National Park.
How to Consume : Add to desserts, fill in koftas and tikkas, make chutneys or marinates.