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aniseed

(ăn′ĭ-sēd′)
n.
See anise.
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Anise seed is defined as the herbal aromatic plant that is cultivated and grows from 0.3 to 0.6 m in the light and is cultivated widely across worldwide.
These result showed that karkade flower was significantly (P<0.05) better than anise seed and the control group with regard broiler performance and fat-pad weight (Table 4).
Deep plum fruit with black currants, anise seed, and minerals kept vibrant by lively acid, light tannins, and a sweet prune and fig finish.
Whole or crushed anise seed can be used in cookies, cakes, candies, applesauce, fruit pies, fruit salads and in stewed fruit.
Instead of the Chinese five spice, you can use equal parts ground cinnamon, ground cloves, ground ginger, and anise seed - 1/4 teaspoon total.
If you don't have anise-flavor liqueur, add 1/2 teaspoon anise seed to the boiling cream mixture instead.
Hoisin sauce is found in the Asian food section of most well-stocked supermarkets, but you may have to go to an Asian market for the star anise, or use anise seed. Look for the wood chips at a supermarket or hardware store.
total) frozen wholewheat bread dough, thawed 1 tablespoon beaten egg 1 1/2 tablespoons sesame seed 1 1/2 teaspoons nigella (kalonji), optional 3/4 teaspoon anise seed
1 teaspoon each anise seed, cumin seed, and crushed dried hot red chilies
Coarsely crush 1/2 teaspoon cardamom seed and 1/4 teaspoon anise seed with a mortar and pestle or flat-bottomed glass.
Cut out soda: Avoid drinking carbonated sugary drinks with meals and opt for natural sparkling water, condiment-infused water (jeera, anise seeds, cinnamon), herbal teas to help with digestion.
Anise seeds have been used extensively as a carminative substance since ancient times in Egypt (Kosalec et al., 2005).