Also called Indian pepper, it is a tropical plant native to Africa. The smell is spicy and resinous, initially reminiscent of pepper and later aroma of cardamom.
Directions for use: Widely used in African cuisine to flavor chicken and vegetable dishes, lamb and potatoes or to flavor sauces and vinaigrettes.
Grains of paradise (Aframomum melegueta).
Store in a cool, dry place away from heat and direct light.
Ideal in vegetables and meat. Also in rice, chicken, sauces and vinaigrette.
Spicy flavor. Guinea pepper is also known as grains of paradise. With a spicy and peppery flavor, the aroma is a crisp between pepper and cardamom.
Country of Origin:
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