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Cardamom (A-grade quality) 40gm
Cardamom of commerce is the dried ripe fruit (capsules of cardamom plant) often referred as the “Queen of Spices” because of its very pleasant aroma and taste. Cardamom oil is a precious ingredient in food preparations, perfumery, health foods medicines and beverages. India, a traditional exporter of cardamom to the Middle East countries where it goes mostly into the preparation of ‘Gahwa’ – a strong cardamom .
Cardamom is used mainly in Indian cooking as well as Middle Eastern cuisine. In Indian recipes, whole cardamom pods are used in preparing basmati rice and various curries. In Middle Eastern recipes, ground cardamom is used in preparing certain desserts.
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INDIAN NAMES OF CARDAMOM
Hindi : Chhoti elaichi Bengali : Chhoti elachi Gujarati : Elaychi Kannada : Yelakki Kashmiri : Aa�lbuduaa�l Malayalam : Elathari Marathi : Velchil Oriya : Alaichi Punjabi : Elaychi Sanskrit : Ela Tamil : Yelakkai or Elakkai Telugu : Yealak-Kayulu or Elakkayi Urdu : Ilaychi
Baking With Cardamom
Cardamom can be used in any of your usual autumn and winter recipes—whether it’s spice cakes, puddings, casseroles and pear or apple tarts. Consider adding a dash of it to your streusel topping before applying it to your muffins and coffeecakes.
Cardamom in Drinks
Everything from mulled wine to hot cider that will benefit from an unexpected hint of cardamom.
You can also add cardamom to coffee and tea for a fragrant and festive twist.