green anise seeds
min. 50 g.
Name: green anise, anisete, matalahúva or matalahúga, ( pimpinella anisum).
Green anise (Pimpinella_anisum) is sweet and very aromatic. Its use since ancient times has always been multiple, ranging from medicine to traditional recipes, where baking is an essential condiment.
In Spain is elaborated an anise liqueur made with anise seeds, which has always been very popular amongst our grandparents and grandmothers, highlighting its use in the preparation of typical desserts. In Greece, this same anise liqueur (which is called ouzo ) is drunk throughout the year, and in summer mixed with water or just ice. And its use is also common in many other countries (with different names) where traditional medicine and gastronomy are mixed.
In pastry it is easy to recognize its characteristic flavor in countless donuts, breads, cakes, etc. where it presence is almost obligatory.
(Star anise is the fruit of another plant, with similar flavor and properties, which comes from China)
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