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Green or black cardamom and why?

asked by Christopher Bailey over 1 year ago
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Scarf
added over 1 year ago

I've only seen Persian cooks use green cardamom. My cousin Mahin, who showed me how to make nan-e panjere'i, aka deep-fried "window cookies" with cardamom, actually cracks the green pods, extracts the seeds, and then grinds them for use in each recipe - wow! I'd like to try the black cardamom some time.

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AntoniaJames

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added over 1 year ago

The black has a deep, rich smoky quality . . . better suited to savory dishes than sweet, in my opinion. ;o)