What is an organic Alfalfa honey?
Alfalfa honey, is usually being produced throughout the United States from the purple or blue blossoms, is light in color, but with a subtle spicy taste and mild floral aroma. Alfalfa honey is a bit less sweet than clover honey. It is also less common than clover honey, because it is more difficult for bees to pollinate the alfalfa flower.
The health benefits of Alfalfa honey
The research about alfalfa honey says nothing about this honey but some people believe that alfalfa honey helps them manage PMS symptoms, digestive and kidney problems.
More about Alfalfa honey
Alfalfa honey could be added to homemade granola, it can also be a sweet element in the vinaigrette for a fresh salad of baby greens. Dip fried tofu or chicken pieces in a mixture of mustard and alfalfa honey as a sauce everybody will love. You can also add it to barbecue sauce for a light and sweet taste. Alfalfa honey tastes really delicious with goat’s cheese and walnuts, or drizzled lightly over root vegetables.
Here is the recipe for you to try a dish with alfalfa honey:
Fried eggplant with honey
Very thinly slice two medium eggplants lengthways. Place eggplants in a colander and add a little salt over each piece. Leave to drain for a while, then pat dry thoroughly.
Add 1/3 cup of flour to a wide bowl and stir in a generous pinch of salt. Heat olive oil in a frying pan to submerge the eggplants. Dredge the slices in the flour, then fry until they get golden color on both sides. Drain on paper towels, then place on a plate and serve warm, with a bit of Alfalfa honey drizzled over them.