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Cardamom flavor profile. This spice has an incredibly unique and characteristic flavor. It is pungent and warm, with distinct undertones of eucalyptus and camphor as well as a hint of lemon flavoring. With a taste that is both peppery and citrusy, cardamom has a bit of warmth to it, rating a 2 on the hotness scale.

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Flavor Profile. Cardamom comes in green, black and white—though technically the latter is the product of green cardamom bleached from light exposure—and can be purchased as seeds in pods or ...

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Cardamom shares a similar flavor profile to ginger, cloves, cinnamon, and nutmeg. In a pinch a combination of those spices can be used instead of cardamom, depending on your recipe. It has a zesty, spicy, and earthy herbal flavor to it. It’s quite a complex flavor and there is no one to one comparison for it.

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Cardamom Sparks Creativity. Cardamom’s flavor profile has similarities with the recently popular ginger, but without the sharpness. It transcends above most spices because of its universal flavor and diversity, allowing for its use as a foundation in an array of cuisines from India to Finland.

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Second, cardamom is a primary ingredient in chai seasoning, a now-staple spice blend in the beverage world. Its popularity is helping familiarize palates here with cardamom’s profile, which not only adds flavor, but helps balance other spices, like cinnamon and ginger.

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Cardamom is a spice made from the seed pods of various plants in the ginger family. Cardamom pods are spindle-shaped and have a triangular cross-section. The pods contain a number of seeds, but the entire cardamom pod can be used whole or ground. The seeds are small and black, while the pods differ in color and size by species.

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Black cardamom is dried over an open fire and has a distinct smoky aroma and flavor. The pods are highly aromatic but not as much as green cardamom. In recipes, black cardamom should not be used if a recipe calls for green cardamom. The two pods have extremely different taste profiles.

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If you want a true cardamom flavor in the cake you’ll have more luck grinding the fresh spice seeds (no pods) and mixing it directly into the dry ingredients. As for pepper and flavors–I made a great chocolate, black pepper cookie: 2 Ways to Love Black Pepper & Chocolate. amy.

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Compared to cardamom, no other spice more completely captures the essence of the exotic. No other ingredient could make a peasant's mash of legumes and onions taste like food royalty. Even to its culinary home, cardamom's perfume is lavished on dishes as a way of making even mundane foods something completely different.

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In this episode Guillermo visits Kings County Distillery, New York City’s oldest distillery after prohibition (opened 2010). While Head Distiller and co-owner Colin Spoelman gives a tour of the 119-year-old facility, they talk about the illegal origins of the spirit, bringing Kentucky moonshine to Brooklyn, and how to make it in a DIY distiller set up.