Rani Anise Seeds 3oz (85g) PET Jar ~ All Natural | Gluten Friendly | NON-GMO | Vegan | Indian Origin
Net Wt. 3oz (85g)
Product of India
Alternative Name: (Indian) Hari Saunf
Packaging: Plastic Bottle
Product Type: Seeds
Ingredients: Anise Seeds
- You'll LOVE our Anise Seeds (Hari Saunf) by Rani Brand--Here's Why:
- ❤️100% Natural, Non-GMO, No Preservatives, Vegan, Gluten Friendly PREMIUM Gourmet Food Grade Spice.
- ❤️Anise has a distinct, licorice-like taste and is often used to add flavor to desserts, drinks and baked goods.
- ❤️Rani is a USA based company selling spices for over 40 years, buy with confidence!
- ❤️Net Wt. 3oz (85g), Authentic Indian Product, Product of India Alternative Name: (Indian) Hari Saunf
You'll LOVE our Anise Seeds by Rani Brand--Here's Why:
Alternative Name: Hari Saunf
Anise seed is used as a spice, either ground or whole. Anise essential oil and extract are also made from the seeds. The seeds are produced by the Pimpinella anisum plant, which has been cultivated in Egypt, the Middle East, and Europe for many centuries. The seeds are small, brownish-gray, and slightly curved, with an aroma of licorice. The plant also has aromatic leaves and stems that can be used as an herb, tasting like licorice, fennel or tarragon.
- 100% Natural, Vegan, Gluten Friendly, Non-GMO, No Preservatives
- Rani is a USA based company selling spices for over 40 years.
- Pure! NO Salt, NO MSG, NO FILLERS in any Rani Brand Spices (fillers are commonly used in spices to make them free flowing or lessen the costs of production) usually sodium or like product.
- Authentic Product of India
- Used both as a spice & ayurvedic properties
Difference between Anise Seeds and Star Anise:
The main difference between aniseed and star anise is that aniseed is a small brown-colored seed while star anise is a seed pod having a star shape.
Although the names aniseed and star anise are similar, these names refer to two different types of spices obtained from plants of different families. However, both aniseed and star anise have a pungent licorice flavor, owing to the presence of anethole, an essential oil similar to the licorice flavor.
Culinary Uses of Anise Seeds:
- Anise seed (whole or ground) can be added to the dough for baked goods, fruit fillings for pies, and ground meat before baking.
- Anise seed is the flavoring for a number of alcoholic beverages, including anisette, ouzo, sambuca, and absinthe.
- They can also be used to add flavor to coffee.
- In savory dishes it may be found in sausages or even some pasta sauces.
- The seeds, in both ground and whole form, are also used in bread-making and to prepare herbal teas and infusions.
- Can be used as a substitute for licorice in candy-making.