A delicious deep red spice, lemony and salty. Ideal with guacamole, a lemon and olive oil dip and delicious with cheese, served warm or cold.
In Loum, the traders call it "Jujube". It grows at the foot of the Ekom falls.The Bamileke people hand out jujube seeds as a sign of peace.Its notes of liquorice and mandarin will enliven a citrus fruit salad. Lightly crush the seeds to bring a splendid crunch to a chocolate cake.
Once opened this black cardamom will release sweet spicy fragrances and notes of Chinese smoked tea, with flavours of menthol and camphor. Best ground and used just before serving on roast pineapple, farmhouse poultry and oriental dishes.
Cardamom is a pod full of brown seeds. It comes from the Malabar coast in India. It has enchanted the world with its fresh notes of lemon and camphor and will enhance all your game and rice. Try it with coffee ice cream and pear tarte tatin.