Black Cardamom 50gm - Pack Of 2 (Each Bottle 50gm Price - INR 276 Specifications Brand watheen Spices Type Cardamom Organic Yes Description Black cardamom is a very popular spice in India and other Asian cuisines and is derived from the seed pods of the black cardamom plant, which is one of the many species in the Zingiberaceae family. This perennial flowering plant produces seed pods that are often dried over an open flame, giving them a roasted and savory spiciness, quite different from the slightly sweet flavor of green cardamom. Prevents Colorectal Cancer Prevents Gastrointestinal Diseases It has Antimicrobial Properties Detoxifies the Body Improves Blood Circulation
Packing : PP (Net 25kg) Moisture : 13 % Max Specification: - Admixture: 2 % max - Colour and state: dark brown, spicy, fragrant - Packing: PP (net 25kg) - Origin: Viet Nam Uses: - This Fructus Amomi can be planted and cooked meals. fructus amomi mainly has an effect on human's stomach, kidney and spleen, and make our body comfortable. - Cardamom seeds could be used as a kind of condiment - Cardamom could improve indigestion, relieve flatulence, as well as to cure celiac disease (gluten intolerance). - Cardamom is an old-time appetite stimulant that may even sweeten your breath
Botanical Name - Amomum subulatum Category - Spices Form - Dry Part Used - Fruit General Information - Amomum subulatum Roxb (Zingiberaceae) is a perennial herb which is cultivated in Sikkim and neighbouring areas. Its fruits are used to treat abdominal disorders, vomiting, problems of throat, liver and lungs and rectal disease. Phytochemicals - Phytochemical investigation of the methanolic extracts of the fruits led to the isolation of three new chemical constituents characterized as n-hexatriacont-16,18-diene, 3-methoxybenzyl octadec-9,12,15 trienoate, and 1,4-naphthoquinone-2-olyl--d-arabinopyranosyl-2-(2,6,10,14 -tetramethylhexadecane)-1-oate along with a glyceride identified as glyceryl-1-linoleate-2,3-dioleate.
Description:- A Member Of The Ginger Family, Black Cardamom Is A Relative Of Green Cardamom, But They're Far From The Same Plant. It Has Some Of The Same Flavor Notes, Especially An Uplifting Menthol Element, But It's Also Smoky, Brash And Bold. There Are Times For Green Cardamom's Delicacy, And Then There Are Times To Turn Things Up To 11. Although They Have Similar Flavors, They Have Very Different Culinary Uses. Black Cardamom Is The Bacon Of Spices. Black Cardamom Is Dried Over An Open Fire, Which Is What Gives It Such A Powerful Smokey Aroma. Beneath That Are Notes Of Resin And Camphor, As Well As Green Cardamom's Menthol, Slightly Minty Aromas That Provide Balance To A Funky Kick. These Intense, Heady Notes Put Black Cardamom In The Warming Spice Category, Along With Black Pepper, Cloves, And Chiles. It's A Major Component Of The Spice Blend Garam Masala, Which Literally Means Warming Mixture. This Intensity Makes It Ideally Suited To Long-cooked Dishes In Moist Environments, Where The Spice Has Plenty Of Time To Release Its Fat- And Water-soluble Oils. Like Green Cardamom, You Can Remove The Seeds And Use Them Whole Or Ground (For A Really Intense Kick), Or Grind The Whole Pod. But I Mostly Use The Pods Whole. The Flavor Is Still Plenty Strong, They're Easy To Pick Out, And It's Tough To Grind Them To A Fine Powder Without Getting Some Unpleasant Shards Along The Way. Such A Strong Spice Needs Strong Flavors To Stand Up To It. I Like It Best With Dried Chiles, Cumin, And Most Importantly Lime Juice. The Sweet Acid Cuts Down On A Lot Of Black Cardamom's Medicinal Flavors, And I Consider It Essential. Black Cardamom Is Usually Used In Concert With Several Other Spices, Both To Temper It Down, And Because It Does A Fantastic Job Of Blending Disparate Flavors Together. Black Cardamom Plays Well With Bitter, Long-cooking Greens Like Collards. It Also Elevates Relatively Bland Lentil And Rice Dishes In An Unsubtle But Not Overwhelming Manner. At Its Most Simple, Some Rice Tossed In A Rice Cooker With Some Black Cardamom Pods Is A Great Improvement To A Quick Weeknight Dinner. It's A Lot More Sophisticated In Dry Rubs And Sauces For Braised Meats. (Especially Beef); It's A Common Player In Many North Indian Curries. And In One Of The More Interesting Cases Of Indian-chinese Fusion, Some Swear That Black Cardamom Is Essential To Certain Sichuanese Red-cooked Dishes. But This Spice Isn't Limited To Indian And Chinese Fare. A Pod Dropped In A Pot Roast, A Dry Rub For Barbecued Brisket, Or A Bowl Of Pho Brings Just A Touch Of Smoke And Something Not Easily Identifiable But Altogether Delicious. It's A Powerful Spice, But Superb In Blends, Making It Just As Versatile And Worthy Of Adulation As Its More Renowned Green Cousin. We Are Leading Exporter Of Black Cardamom From Sanchore Rajasthan
distinctive flavor that complements both sweet and savory dishes. People may use cardamom seeds and pods in curries, desserts, and meat dishes, as well as in beverages, such as coffee and chai tea. We ship it from Guatemala
Nepal is one of the largest growers of black cardamom. Native to sub-Himalayan region, black cardamom is the dried fruit of a perennial herbaceous plant of the ginger family. Apart from its usage in India, Nepal and other Asian countries, black cardamom is not very common. Some people describe black cardamom as an inferior substitute to green cardamom, but it is considered a valuable spice in Nepal. When cooked with this spice, it enhances and intensifies the taste of food without overpowering a dish. It is one of the ingredients used to make Nepali Garam Masala spice blends, and is also used in meat curries, rice dishes and pickles. It is available in Indian and Nepali food stores. Look for pods with moist, sweet seeds, and smoky fragrance.
The company is counted amidst the prominent Green Cardamom Exporters and Suppliers based in India. The Green Cardamom, offered by us, is known for its superb quality and exotic taste. The Green Cardamom is used in savories, sweets, beverages, etc. The Green Cardamom is also used in medicines to treat infections of gums and teeth, indigestion, etc.