Star Anise Raw
Buy raw star anise online to add flavor to your favorite dishes. Enhances flavor, rich and authentic taste
Star anise has many names in different cuisines and has flowers in the form with intense aroma and flavor.
Star anise is a must-have in any Indian cuisine and is often used in the preparation of the main ingredients of spicy biryani, seafood, pulao, Garam masala powder, chai masala, or Chinese "5 masalas".
Buy star anise online is one of the major sources of minerals such as calcium, iron, copper, potassium, manganese, zinc, and magnesium.
Hygienically packed with zip lock pouch weighing 100g, 200g, 500g, and 1kg.
Buy Chakri Phool online it is stored in airtight containers; Place in a cool, dark place. Ground anise should be used as soon as possible as it is kept in airtight containers and loses its flavor quickly.
Star anise is famous for its unique taste culinary purpose and medicinal benefits.
Buy Star anise online, is a spicy fruit-pod, obtained from the evergreen tree native to South-West China. It has a similar flavor and taste to that of anise seed. Star-shaped fruits appear on the tree which turn rust-red color when completely ripe. On the interior, these fruits envelope small, round, amber-colored seeds. Both the seed as well as fruit husks are used as a spice in cooking.
Anise seeds, its oil as well as fresh young leaves used in cooking. The flavor may be heightened by the gentle toasting of the seeds. Its seeds feature a sweet, aromatic flavor. They are employed in a variety of savory and sweet dishes. The whole seeds, and often freshly ground powder can be added to the recipes at the last moment to limit the evaporation of essential volatile oils in them. This delicate spice is used as a flavoring base for soups, sauces, bread, cakes, biscuits, and the confectionary. Anise seeds, as well as their oil, have been in use in the preparation of sweet dishes in many Asian countries. Its seeds are also used as a flavoring base for the preparation of herbal tea, and a liquor called anisette.
The spicy seeds are one of the important sources of minerals like calcium, iron, copper, potassium, manganese, zinc, and magnesium. 100 g dry seeds contain 36.96 mg or 462% daily required levels of iron. Potassium is an important component of cell and body fluids that helps control heart rate and blood pressure. The spice also contains good amounts of anti-oxidant vitamins such as vitamin C and vitamin-A.
How to Store-
At home, store anise in airtight containers; place in a cool, dark place. Ground powdered anise should be kept in airtight containers and used as early as possible since it loses its flavor rather quickly. Buy Chakri Phool / Star anise online, on the other hand, has a longer shelf life. Ground star anise should be stored in an airtight container, away from sunlight.