"Hi! I'm Stan, the 
Moringa Stenopetala 
Seed! My tree has flowers, too, but they don't bloom fast! "
"Hi! I'm Morey, the Moringa Oleifera 
Seed! My tree has edible buds and flowers on it, did you know that?" 
How to Eat Moringa Buds & Blossoms
Yes, you really can eat the buds and the flowers of the Moringa tree! Not only can you, but you will be glad that you did. 
They truly are delicious!

Just remember - they should be slightly COOKED! 
Please read the cautions, above!
Moringa is one of the 50 Edible Flowers in our Article on HubPages CLICK HERE
The first time that we ate some of the buds, we were amazed at how delicious they were. The taste is frankly, difficult to describe. The general consensus of others, is that they taste like  mushrooms, but 
we don't think so.

They have a soft, delicate texture and a taste quite distinctly their own. The best way to describe it is: 
tender, mild, succulent, and juicy. There is nothing we have eaten, that is to be compared to Moringa buds and blossoms!
Many people in other countries, make a strong tea with Moringa flowers, that they use at the first sign of a cold. You can drink Moringa blossom tea, just as 
any other tea.

Just steep a handful of the flowers in hot water, strain, add honey and enjoy!

The flowers of 
the Moringa tree 
are just lovely. 
They are small, 
creamy white, 
and delicate. 
Please read 
cautions on page!
Moringa flowers and buds are wonderful, added to or used on:
- Lasagna
- Omelettes
- Salad dressing
- Split pea soup 
- Potato pancakes
- Scrambled eggs
- Chip dip
- Casseroles
- Tossed salad
- Greek salad
- Spinach soufflé
- Sauces for fish 
- Sauces for seafood
- Pasta dishes
- Vegetable dip
- Tamalés 
- Grilled sandwiches
- Poultry Stuffing 
- Pizza
- Lentil Soup
- Cooked brown rice
- Herb teas
- Mayonnaise
- Cream of chicken soup
- Cream of broccoli soup
- Cream of spinach soup 
- Scalloped potatoes
- Tuna salad
- Whole grain dishes
- Creamed vegetables 
- Corn bread 
- Enchiladas
- Scalloped potatoes
- Quiche
I Love Moringa
the fast-growing, nutritious, delicious gift from God
There is a property in Moringa buds and blossoms that is neutralized when they are cooked, so cook them slightly, before you eat them. It is better to be safe, than sorry! Eat the flowers in small amounts, as they tend to have a laxative effect on the body. According to some research, pregnant mothers should not eat the flowers, as they can act as an abortificant.
This page was last updated: August 26, 2022
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