Cardamom is used as a flavouring in food and drink, it has a strong, unique taste with an intense aromatic fragrance with hints of lemon, mint and smoke. It is a seed pod containing a number of seeds that are mainly used in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisine. In Indian recipes, cardamom pods are mostly used when preparing basmati rice. It also used to prepare the masala chai tea.
Its health benefits include gastrointestinal protection, cholesterol control, control of cancer, relief from cardiovascular issues, and the improvement of blood circulation in the body. It is the world's third-most expensive spice, surpassed in price per weight only by vanilla and saffron.
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Cardamom has been used as a flavoring agent since time immemorial.
Many chronological Indian scriptures dated 2nd century BC to 2nd century AD refer to cardamom as a medical herb used in the preparation of some medicines.
In the 11th century in India, cardamom was incorporated as one of the elements of ‘five-fragrance betel chew'. Gradually it became incorporated in recipes like biryani and sherbets.
There are mainly 2 types of cardamom- green and black.
Both green and black cardamom are spindle-shaped pods that contain a number of seeds. Green Cardamom, has a typical earthy bittersweet aroma. It is a top choice in Indian households to add zing and flavor to sweet and savory recipes.
How to use Green Cardamom
For green cardamom, the entire cardamom pod, cardamom seeds or the ground cardamom (cardamom powder) can be used to enhance flavor. It can also be sprinkled as a dust for garnishing.
- Green cardamom is used as a mouth freshener. It prevents the buildup of plaque by neutralizing the bacteria that cause bad breath.
- Green cardamom herbal tea is a big hit. It is made by boiling cardamom seeds or cardamom pods in hot water along with other ingredients of tea.
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- Green cardamom tea can also be enjoyed in an iced version. Prepare green cardamom iced tea by boiling cardamom seeds or cardamom pods in hot water. Then add a dash of lemon, half teaspoon black salt and half teaspoon honey. Let the mixture cool. Add ice cubes and enjoy this divine potion on a summer day.
- Green cardamom dust can be used as a garnishing for sugary dishes as well as a flavouring in coffee and tea.
- Cardamom (green and black) is diuretic, antioxidant and has antiemetic properties
- Cardamom (green and black) is also known to cure digestion problems such as heartburn, irritable bowel syndrome diarrhea and constipation
- Use cardamom powder only when recipes call for powdered cardamom because freshly ground cardamom seeds or cardamom pods add more flavour to recipes.
- 5 cardamom pods are equal to 1/4 teaspoon cardamom powder.
- Cardamom pods are best stocked in an airtight glass jar as they lose their flavour in the open air.
Cardamom is native to the evergreen forests of India. It is found in the form of a small pod with black seeds inside. Both the seeds and the pod give a pleasant aroma and flavor.
This spice is commonly used in Indian cuisine, but it has also made its way into Ayurvedic medicine as a treatment for mouth ulcers, digestive problems, and even depression. Its use is just not just limited to hot and spicy dishes; the seeds are also added to desserts and beverages to complement the sweet flavor. Cardamom tea is a very famous beverage, along with ginger tea, in India.
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Cardamome entière biologique
La cardamome est utilisée comme arôme dans la nourriture et les boissons. Elle a un goût fort et unique, avec un parfum aromatique avec des notes de citron, de menthe et de fumée. C'est une gousse contenant un certain nombre de graines principalement utilisées dans la cuisine indienne et du Moyen-Orient. Dans les recettes indiennes, les gousses de cardamome sont principalement utilisées lors de la préparation du riz basmati. Elles sont aussi utilisées pour aromatiser le thé masala chai.
Ses bienfaits pour la santé incluent le contrôle du cholestérol, le soulagement des problèmes cardiovasculaires et l'amélioration de la circulation sanguine dans le corps. Il s’agit de la troisième épice la plus chère au monde, son prix au poids n’est dépassé que par la vanille et le safran.
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