A popular substitute for Black Pepper in the 16th century and a key ingredient in Ras el Hanout.
- Taste notes
- A fresh, woody taste and 'Christmas tree' aroma that mellows into a unique warmth with a lingering spiciness when cooked.
- Great with
- Slow-cook with tagines, soups, pot roasts and North African dishes. Adds some spice to biscuits and shortbreads.
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