Real Foods Ground Cardamom

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50gr
£4.42 884p / 100g
250gr
£15.72 629p / 100g
500gr
£27.95 559p / 100g
1kg
£50.45 505p / 100g
3kg
£143.43 478p / 100g

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5kg
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Ingredients

Ground Cardamom ingredients:

Cardamom Ground.

About Ground Cardamom

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.

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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.

By Anne Pritchard on 17/06/2015

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