Cardamom Capsules Green
- sweet-spicy & spicy aroma
- smells of lemon, sandalwood, eucalyptus, rose & honey
- for baking & seasoning
- Cake, Pastries, Drinks (Tea, Coffee) Curry Dishes
Cardamom Pods green - Elettaria cardamomum - Exotic ❤️ Spice - Its taste
The grains of cardamom capsules contain essential oil, which has a sweet, spicy-hot aroma. In addition, they exude a fragrance of lemon, eucalyptus, sandalwood, rose, and honey. This composition and diversity make it something extraordinary. Not only in Indian but also Arabic and Asian cuisine, has cardamom been used as a seasoning for centuries. Its popularity continues to increase in our region because it offers such a wealth of taste.
Cardamom in the Kitchen
In India and Pakistan, they season their rice with cardamom pods. For this, some pods are put into the rice water and boiled. Flavored cardamom rice goes well with curry dishes. In Vietnam, it is an ingredient in PHO, a noodle soup with beef or poultry. Cardamom also goes well with fruit salads, chicory fish marinades, and rice pudding. Cardamom is also very good at intense seasoning foods such as venison.
In Spice Mixtures
It is a popular ingredient found in spice blends such as Curry ,Tahiti spice blend, Masalas, Berbere, Baharat, Lamb Tajine, African Rub, Gingerbread Spice mix, Ras el Hanout and many more. In Europe, we use it for baking gingerbread and cookies. In comparison, Arab countries use it in Mahallebi, a milk pudding with cardamom.
With Elettaria cardamomum, you can also refine drinks very well. For example, in India, you use it for Yogi teas or other black tea varieties. In Germany, you can use it in mulled wine and Arab countries in coffee. Also, try adding ground cardamom to a glass of warm milk sweetened with a teaspoon of honey or cocoa.
In India, they chew Elettaria cardamomum to refresh their breath and relieve stomach discomfort or bowel issues.
Green Cardamom pods with Other Spices
Cardamom combines well with the following spices: cinnamon, clove, allspice, fennel, caraway, long pepper, black pepper, vanilla, and nutmeg.
Plant Science: What is Cardamom?
What is cardamom? One who has a love of spices has no difficulty describing these little green pods. They exude a fragrance reminiscent of the Orient. They are strong-tasting in contrast to their small size. In India, this spice is considered the queen of spices, not just because it's one of the most expensive spices, but because it has been used there for over 2000 years.
The best Elettaria cardamomum grows only in shady places of the forest, where it is very humid. The perennial, high-growing plant is similar to bamboo and belongs to the family of ginger plants. It grows to a height of 3-4 meters. Its flowers enclose oval pods with three chambers filled with brown grains. They pick the fruits before they burst in the period from September to December. Then they are dried for about four days under the sun. These dried pods are hard and green.