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Real Foods Cardamom Ground

25gr
£1.18 472p / 100g
50gr
£1.90 380p / 100g
100gr
£3.33 333p / 100g
250gr
£7.43 297p / 100g
500gr
£14.09 282p / 100g
Wholesale Prices
1Kg
£13.98
(140p / 100g)
2 x 1Kg
£13.28 / 1Kg
(133p / 100g)
4 x 1Kg
£12.58 / 1Kg
(126p / 100g)
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About Cardamom Ground

Cardamom is one of the oldest and most valuable spices in the world after saffron and vanilla. The spice comes from South India, Sri Lanka, Guatemala, Tanzania and Brazil. Ground cardamom seeds, with their beneficial and fresh, mild taste, complement other herbs and curry spices. Cardamom is contained in many liquors and is also used in cakes, biscuits and milk desserts. In India, it is a popular ingredient in curries and meat dishes. It is one of the spices used in Garam Masala and is an essential ingredient for Pilau Rice as well as being used in desserts and sweetmeats. Often also called cardamom.

Ingredients

Cardamom Ground ingredients:

Cardamom Ground.

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Why not try one of our healthy recipes using this product

Raw Vegan Spicy Orange and Maca Energy Bliss Balls Recipe

Summary: Little balls of goodness made from processing nuts or seeds with dried fruits and chosen superfoods and flavourings. The variations are endless. Maca, also known as Peruvian Ginseng, is a known adaptogen and is commonly used to help balance endocrine function and to increase energy and stamina. Maca has a pleasant malt-like taste, making it easy to add to your favourite foods. These Raw Vegan Spicy Orange and Maca Energy Bliss Balls are a great way to include maca in your diet : they are made from a mixture of dates and cashew nuts, orange juice and zest, maca powder and ground cinnamon, cardamom, ginger and clove. Equally enjoyed by adults and children, they make a great mid-afternoon or post-workout snack. Makes about 12 bliss balls.

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Raw Vegan Banana And Passion Fruit Smooth Chia Pudding Recipe

Summary: Chia Pudding usually calls for soaking the chia seeds in a flavoured liquid (such as almond milk, coconut milk or your favourite homemade dairy free milk substitute) and letting the seeds soak the liquid for anything from an hour to overnight. As the seeds soak up the liquid, each individual seed gets surrounded by a jelly-like bubble, and the resulting chia pudding has a texture resembling that of tapioca pudding, or frog spawn. Chia seeds are a very popular superfood, particularly due to their high Omega 3 content ; they are also very high in fibre and chia pudding is an ideal breakfast, as it keeps one full until lunch. If you are not keen on the texture, you can still enjoy the benefits of adding chia puddings to your diet, by simply blending them until smooth. This super simple recipe is a great example of a smooth chia pudding for a high energy breakfast, naturally sweetened by the bananas. It would also make a lovely dessert or snack for adults and children alike.

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Anne Pritchard I like to add a teaspoon of cardamon to my pot of lentil soup when I feel like a chnage - it gives a great added dimension to the flavour.