Black Cardamom gives off mentholated and camphor flavors, but is also smoky, impetuous and bold. These intense and heady notes make this spice one of the most desired by chefs around the world. Use it ground just before serving the dish: on roasted pineapple, farm poultry or oriental preparations.
PEBE NUT (40gr.)
The Nut of Pèbè pods, originating in Cameroon, are also called "false nutmeg". After roasting in the pan, they are peeled and grated or crushed with the mortar. Its acidic and spicy flavor mixes nutmeg and lemon. Its delicate flavors will be better appreciated with fish and white meat.
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TASTING: its acidic and spicy flavor mixes nutmeg and lemon.
USE: white meat and fish.
FORMAT: 40 gr.
INGREDIENTS: Pebé nut.
CONSERVATION: in a cool and dry place, protected from light.
ALLERGEN: no allergen.
DATE OF CONSUMPTION: 5 years.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION: without nutrition.
BOTANICAL SPECIES: Monodora myristica.
OTHER NAMES: Nut of Pèbè, Pèbè, Peve, Pepe, False nutmeg.
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