Great American Spice Company’s gluten-free, lemon juice powder delights dinner guests with an exotically splendid tang on meats and vegetables. Take on the warm and fragrant sensations of India when you combine this lemon juice substitute with cilantro, mint, cumin, and black pepper in a coriander mint relish or chutney. Continue to take your taste buds on a journey east, using your secret ingredient in the perfect Korean BBQ, marinating chicken with soy sauce, onion powder, ginger, soy sauce, white sugar, and lemon juice powder.
Take the sweet taste of summer along with you wherever you go and whenever you need it with our shelf stable, all natural, dehydrated lemon. Mix fresh lemonade at the lake or pull together a moist and tangy coffee cake for a last minute brunch. Versatile lemon juice powder is tasty in cookies, cakes, white sauces with dill, dressings, lemon teas, or for adding a distinctive subtle to mouthy tang in marinades (how little or much depends on your tastes).
Quick and easy to use, Lemon Juice Powder is perfect for:
- Lemon Tea
Add right into the mix or give a dash for extra lemon flavor. Delicious Lemon Icing or homemade lemon flavored shortbread cookies! Add to your next seasoning rub or marinates for a zesty lemon taste and aroma. Enhance the flavor of your next meal or cookout with Tangy Lemon Pepper Chicken or mouth watering Lemon Herb!
With a long shelf life and no need to refrigerate, it’s perfect for survival provisions and camping. Additionally, Lemon Juice Powder is also nonperishable and comes in convenient, lightweight packaging. For mixing purposes, one teaspoon of Lemon Juice Powder equals approximately half a lemon but can be adjusted for taste.
Go ahead and try something new today, pick up your Lemon Juice Powder from The Great American Spice Company.
Usage:One teaspoon equals approximately half a lemon.
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Posted by BERNARDINE MORALES on 8th Aug 2017
I needed an item for baking I'd never heard of, google directed me to you. The service and expediency of your company was a very pleasant surprise. I received an email with tracking and arrival date and my item arrived so quickly and exactly when you said it would. The lemon juice powder worked perfect in my cake and you have a new customer when I need to order new spices. I was so impressed with your service I already called customer service to compliment you.
Not what I expected
Posted by Unknown on 27th Jul 2017
I was hoping the powder would have a lemon sent. It doesn't it smells terrible. I was going to use it in another product for the sent of lemon. Not going to work.
Posted by Sylvia on 12th May 2017
I bought this to make Lemon Snowball cookies -it is for the coating. Great "pucker up" taste. I will be finding more uses for this. Love it,
Posted by Lynn on 1st Jul 2016
Was hoping for something stronger
Posted by Ben on 11th Jan 2014
I'm an American living in Sri Lanka, and so I stock up on a lot of GASC powders and mixes because I simply can't find the stuff here. In Sri Lanka we don't have lemons. Limes, yes, but no lemons.
The powder is quick, easy to use, and economical. And well, of course, nothing beats the real McCoy, it works very well. I haven't used it as juice in-and-of-itself, but for cooking and baking. Wonderful.
Lemon Juice Powder
Posted by Richard Griggs on 25th Dec 2013
Great all around. I use in rubs; far more flavor than dried lemon peel.
Posted by Leslie on 30th Oct 2013
Love this stuff. Use just a little with a little water and you have instant lemon juice.
Lemon juice Powder
Posted by Unknown on 5th Oct 2013
Although there is nothing better than fresh, I use this lemon juice powder to make my Caesar dressing in the magic Bullett.
I love it.no waste, no fruit flies.
Great on fish
Posted by Joyce on 26th Apr 2013
When I found Lemon juice powder I was thrilled. I do not like tarter sauce so it is a wonderful replacement on fish. We are eating more fish lately.
Posted by Unknown on 29th Jan 2013
The Lemon tasted bitter (not sour) and a little like Pledge.
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