Infuse your soups, curries and stir-fries with the fragrant Star Anise. You can also ground the pods & seeds and substitute the warm, sweet, licorice-like flavor for Anise seed in your dessert recipes (youíll need to use less though as Star Anise has a stronger taste).
Star Anise is the dried fruit from an evergreen tree cultivated in China & Vietnam, which is why it is a primary ingredient in that regionís cuisine. In fact, itís one of the main herbs in the popular Chinese Five-Spice powder. Get the recipe for <a href="https://www.pennherb.com/wellness-guide/us/assets/recipe/basil-and-five-spice-chicken-legs-with-cantaloupe-salad/~default">Basil and Five Spice Chicken Leg with Cantaloupe Salad</a>. This aromatic dish hints at the cinnamon, star anise, fennel seed, cloves, and Szechuan peppers in the five-spice powder.Basil and Five Spice Chicken Leg with Cantaloupe Salad</a>. This aromatic dish hints at the cinnamon, star ani...">
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