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When we refer to spices we think of flavours and aromas. Spices can be in the form of pods (cardamom), bark (cinnamon), roots (ginger), berries (pepper), aromatic seeds (cumin), the seeds of a flower (saffron) or dried herbs (thyme, mint, oregano, etc.). Spice mixes are usually specific to a region or country and can be Indian spices, Chinese spices, Mediterranean spices or Romanian spices. Another important association of spices is related to the type of food used such as: lamb spices, fish spices, chicken spices, homemade sausage spices, etc. An important characteristic of spices is that most are used in dry form. In fact, most spices enhance their flavours only after drying. Habanero brings you everything you need to know about spices: history, use, combinations, storage, therapeutic benefits and recipes.

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Curry powder is a mixture of spices

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Curry powder is a mixture of sweet, pungent and spicy spices, the predominant taste being given by the proportion of spices used. The spices can literally be mixed in hundreds of different combinations with distinctive flavours.

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What is cardamom?

Green or black cardamom is a pod of plants in the ginger family. Cardamom seeds can be ground separately or together with the peel for more flavour. There are two types of cardamom: black and green, with green being the most popular.

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