Spice Trade — long pepper

... and a few other articles on cooking with spices!

Cardamom Basmati Rice

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Cardamom Basmati Rice

Basmati rice doesn’t have to all be simple and bland. You can flavour it up using a few tricks (and spices)! Here’s an easy way of how to add flavour to food using healthy, top quality spices. photo: Stacy Spensley Recipe: Cardamom Basmati Rice Serves: 2 Ingredients – 1 cup Basmati rice– 5 jumbo Black Cardamom pods– 1 stick of ceylon cinnamon– 2 whole long peppers– 1 tablespoon of ghee (clarified butter)– 1 and 1/2 cups of water– Sea salt to taste Recipe 1. Rinse basmati rice by putting in a sieve and running it through cold water while mixing...

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Regency explores: Long Pepper

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Long Pepper Indonesia has been very popular in ancient times, for its medical and dietary properties not only in Asia, but widely used by the Greeks and the Romans. As a matter of fact, it is one of the earliest spices to have reached Europe, and was used as a currency!  After the introduction of the black pepper in Europe, because of it’s higher price, the fame of the long pepper quickly faded away. Let’s see where the Long Pepper is placed nowadays.  Long Pepper is a close relative to Black Pepper, with similar taste but hotter and slightly sweeter than...

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Spicy Indian Baked Chicken Masaledar Murghi

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Spicy Indian Baked Chicken Masaledar Murghi

Thanks to Ellen at The Hong Kong Cookery for this fabulous recipe featuring our Regency Spices. Do check out her blog for more details on the recipe and many more. Recipe: Indian Spicy Baked Chicken Masaledar Murghi Recipe Ingredients: 6 chicken breasts1 tbsp ground cumin1 tbsp paprika1 tbsp turmeric powder1-2 tsp Kashmiri chilli powder (you can substitute with Cayenne chillies)2-3 tsp salt1 tsp black pepper, freshly ground3 cloves garlic6 tbsp lemon juice Cooking method: Mash up your garlic. (I used the end of my rolling pin to pound.) Mix up cumin, paprika, turmeric, cayenne pepper (if using), black pepper, salt, garlic, and lemon juice...

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