Citric Acid

UNIT
100g

FROM
$0.99 NZD

SKU #:

401058

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Citric Acid

UNIT
100g

FROM
$0.99 NZD

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Citric acid is a weak acid that naturally occurs in a wide range of fruits and vegetables. This citric acid powder is produced from non-GMO corn. It has a sour, acidic flavour and is odourless. It does not contain any anti-caking agents or fillers. Citric acid is often used as a preservative in foods and beauty products. At home citric acid can be used to make cheeses, jams, jerky or other preserved foods, confectionery and desserts. It is also a great addition to your natural cleaning cupboard.

 

Nutritional Information:

Serving size: 5 g
Average Quantity

Per Serving

Average Quantity

Per 100 g

Energy

Protein

0 kJ

0 g

0 kJ

0 g

Fat, total

– saturated

Carbohydrates

– sugars

0 g

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0 g

0 g

0 g

0 g

0 g

0 g

Sodium 0 mg 0 mg

 

Ingredients:

Citric Acid

 

Allergens:

This product contains no known allergens. May contain traces of allergens due to possible cross contamination.

 

Country of Origin:

China.

 

How to Use:

Citric acid is a versatile pantry ingredient. It can be added to recipes to add a sour, acidic
taste. It’s a great substitute for lemon juice or vinegar if you want sourness without these
specific flavours and aromas or if you want to avoid extra liquid in a recipe. Popular in
many Asian dishes to balance sweet and salty flavours.
Dissolve ½ a teaspoon of this powder in 2 tablespoons of water as a substitute for 2
tablespoons of lemon juice in cheese recipes. Citric acid can be used to make soft cheeses
including ricotta, mozzarella and paneer or homemade yoghurt and kefir. You can also use
it in vegan-friendly, nut-based cheese.
As a preservative, citric acid can be added to jam and bottled fruits or vegetables.
Citric acid can be used in homemade ice cream as an emulsifier to prevent it from
separating, or in caramels and fudge to stop the sugar from crystallising.
Citric acid powder is also very useful as a natural cleaning product. A solution can be made
with ½ – 2 teaspoons of this powder in 1 cup of water to clean windows, kitchen sinks and
surfaces, shower screens and bathroom suites (do a test spot if you want to check the
surface won’t be adversely affected). Spray on to surfaces and leave for 5 minutes before
wiping off. Leave on longer for particularly dirty surfaces, up to an hour for really tough
stains. Glass can be wiped off after 2-3 minutes. Powder can also be sprinkled directly
onto toilets, baths or shower base. To clean or descale your coffee machine dissolve 10
grams of citric acid powder in one litre of water. Pour into water reservoir. Run about 1/3
of the water through the heads, then let sit for about 15 minutes. Repeat this procedure
for the steamer. Finally run the remaining water through. It is essential to flush the heads
and steamer by filling the reservoir several times with clean water and running through.

 

Storage:

Store in an air tight container in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight.

 

Shelf Life:

Up to 3 years when stored as above. See Best Before date.