Dried rosehips are the fruit of the wild rose plant, which belongs to the Rosaceae family. They are small and round, with a thin outer skin and a soft, pulpy interior. When dried, they have a reddish-orange color and a slightly sweet and tart flavor. Rosehips are a good source of vitamin C, fiber, and antioxidants, and are often used in herbal teas, jams, and syrups.
They can also be eaten raw or added to baked goods and other dishes as a natural sweetener and flavor enhancer. Dried rosehips are a versatile and flavorful addition to any pantry, and can be used in a variety of sweet and savory recipes.
Botanical Name: rosa canina
Also known as: Persian Rose, Satapatrika, Hip Fruit, Rosa, Rosae pseudofructus, Cynosbatos, Poire d'oiseaux, Cynorhodon, Rosier de Provence, Hipberry, Fruit de l'Églantier, Dog Rose, Gulab, Rose des Apothicaires, Shatpari, Rose de Provins, Heps, Satapatri, Wild Boar Fruit, Phool Gulab, Hop Fruit