Choose 50, 100, or 150 leaves
Available Year Round
New York State
Majii leaves are the oval-shaped, green edible leaves of an African succulent. Like other succulents, Majii plants store water in their leaves. This not only gives them a juicy texture and a mild, slightly pine-y flavor, but means that they can be infused with other flavors.
Store majii leaves in their plastic clamshell in your refrigerator.
Up to ten days.
RECIPES & TIPS
Use plain majii leaves to add crispy, juicy crunch to dishes as a garnish for soups, entrees and desserts. They can also be infused with flavor to surprise & delight diners.
Infusing Majii Leaves:
There are two methods for infusing majii leaves:
1. Peel each leaf and soak it in the liquid to be absorbed.
2. Inject the leaf with liquid using a hypodermic needle (other types of needles, like marinade injectors, may also work).