Wikipedia is pretty sketchy about the details
Are you channeling your best self with this comment? (If you're not sure, check out our Code of Conduct.)
Ooh, very interesting. I love Ethiopian food, but I've never heard of this spice before.
I found just one source on-line which sells it both whole and ground (as well as ton of other interesting sounding spices):
But the downside is that you have to buy a fairly large quantity (8 ounces or more) which may be more than you want to commit to spice you've never tried before. If you have an Ethiopian restaurant nearby, I recommend stopping in and asking them if they have a source.
Not sure if you're in NYC, but my go-to spice resources here are: Kalustyan's, Sahadi's and Manhattan Fruit Exchange. If you're not here & don't want to order online, I'm happy to check around and see if I can buy & ship some to you. :)
I'll give Kalustyans a go, the next time I'm in NY Thanks so much Ecava
I too feel you can find it out in kalustyans or did u try whole foods.
you can buy from m/s S.S.Impex, new delhi (India) do call at 00919999998451, or mail him at [email protected]
AntoniaJames is a trusted source on Bread/Baking.
panfusine, did you ever find the Korarima and if so, where, and more importantly, what is it like? Details, please. Thank you. ;o)
Nancy is a trusted home cook.
Also, how close to regular (black or green) cardamon does it taste?
Please enter a valid email address.
Well played. You deserve a cookie.
Inspiring moments from your comments so far.
How You're Living a Minimal Lifestyle
Foolproof Steamed Fish
Mediterranean Kitchen Mats in Bold New Patterns
20-Minute Sheet Pan Chicken
Off-the-Beaten-Path Picks for Mom