Native to the Mediterranean and the Middle East, anise is one of the most copious spices in the culinary world. Anise is a member of the family of plants that includes carrots, caraway, cumin, dill, fennel, and cilantro.
The flavor of anise seed is undeniably licorice-like with a delicately sweet and aromatic bouquet. It’s sweetness and mild peppery notes lends itself well to candy making. Anise is also used in a variety of items from sweets to culinary dishes to preserves and liquors. It has become a staple ingredient throughout Europe, Asia, Australia, and the Americas. Light green to yellowish tan
1/8-inch oval seeds with ridges
- Great in cookies, breads, cakes and desserts such as Italian biscotti and pizzelle cookies
- Use for making sausage
- Use in soups, stews, curries
- Add seeds in the poaching water of fish and shellfish
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