Is native to the Eastern Mediterranean, Middle East, and later migrated over to Southeast Asia. AS the Egyptians were the founders of this spice in many dishes, it was most famous in European dishes such as German Brine, and Italian Sausage.
|Basic Preparation||Add Away|
|Recommended Applications||Freshly ground Ginger and Anise is wonderful when paired with poultry and white fish.|
|Taste & Aroma||Licorice or Anise, Sweet|
|Cuisine||Chinese, French, Indonesian, Mediterranean, Moroccan|
|Handling / Storage||Dry|
|Shelf Life||4 Years|
|Country of Origin||Egypt|