Citric Acid (nimboo sat)

Citric Acid

Citric acid is made from citrus fruits. Lemons and limes have high concentrations of citric acid, accounting for their bitter taste. Oranges and tangerines are also high in citric acid. Citric acid is high in vitamin c. It is commonly used to flavor a variety of drinks, candies.

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23 thoughts on “Citric Acid (nimboo sat)

  1. I Love momos, in momo veg filling i tasted in Delhi which had citric acid, Can you guide me how many grams of citric acid in one kg of veg filling??

  2. क्या दही.कडी. को खट्टा करने.के.लिए टाटरी का प्रयोग कर सकते.हें

  3. My mom in law always uses Tatri as khatai in curries and subzies! in fact she doesnot cook anything without Tomato + Tatri…

    I use amchoor in some subzies and some i make with garam masala and rest without amchoor and gram masaala.. never saw use of tatri at mom’s place.

    Is it harmful to have Tatri in your daily food? I get severe acidity when i eat anything with tatri…

  4. Is it possible to miss out citric acid as I don’t take citrus fruits. Perhaps use mango powder or rice vinegar instead?

    My friends are so impressed with the dishes I have made from your website that they think I am an amazing cook – I can’t persuade them that they are quite straightforward.

    Thank you for all your work and the care that you put into it. You are helping people all over the world to realise the importance of home cooking.

    Best Wishes from Eileen in Scotland

    1. Depending on the recipe you can sometimes just omit the citric acid, OR you can replace it with mango powder (amchoor) or lemon juice, but again it depends on the recipe which is the best alternate option.

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