anise


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  • noun

Synonyms for anise

native to Egypt but cultivated widely for its aromatic seeds and the oil from them used medicinally and as a flavoring in cookery

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This study was became to compared between karkade flowers and anise seeds at same level in order to get the best level of optimum performance for broiler.
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For the pineapple: In saucepan, place sugar, lime and pineapple juices, star anise and vanilla and bring to a simmer.
To make the sauce, add the star anise to the cream and set to reduce by half over a gentle heat.
In a small saucepan, heat sugar with 1/2 cup water and the star anise over high heat until sugar dissolves.
Pastis has no wormwood, and devotes itself to the anise flavors beloved by the French and their Mediterranean neighbors.
The company that makes Pernod points to an anise-based elixir in the book of Genesis, used there as a treatment for plague and cholera, and anise has been used over the millennia as a remedy for gastrointestinal ailments.
Anise, often used to add a hint of licorice, also has a considerable reputation as a medication for coughs and upper respiratory infections.
Mix together 5ml (1tsp) Chinese five spice, 30ml (2tbsp) soft brown sugar, 30ml (2tbsp) dark soy sauce, 2 star anise, 30ml (2tbsp) Chinese cooking wine or sherry, two cloves garlic, crushed, 2.
Casimir Parish in Hammond, Indiana would bring baskets full of samplings from their planned Easter dinner: spicy Polish sausage, sweet anise bread, hardboiled eggs, a sugar or butter lamb, horseradish mixed with beets, and other sweetbreads.
The top flavors are expected to be anise, caraway, chai (cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, pepper), marjoram, paprika, saffron and sesame.
This, along with local weather, directly affects how the spirit is drawn in and out of the barrel's charred wood interior, thereby, influencing the flavors of oak, smoke, vanilla, caramel, old leather, dark fruit, anise and mint that you taste.
Anise and star anise are still used in parts of Europe, the Middle East and India as breath fresheners and digestive aids.
Tea made with star anise can cause illness ranging from seizures to jitteriness, according to a Food and Drug Administration advisory warning all consumers to avoid drinking teas containing the Asian spice.
Tea made with star anise can cause illness in infants and adults ranging from seizures to jitteriness, according to a Food and Drug Administration advisory warning all consumers to avoid drinking teas containing the Asian spice.