Anise seeds - a spice brought to Europe in the early Middle Ages and quickly gained popularity in cooking. Priests and healers of ancient civilizations appreciated anise seeds - the healing properties of which were sometimes called miracles. In cooking, all parts of anise are used in all possible forms. Anise seeds are added to marinades to give them a bright flavor. If you mix them with bay leaf and cinnamon, you get an excellent home seasoning for cold meat dishes
Desserts, pastries, cookies, any bakery products, meat, fish and bean dishes, tinctures and liquors.
Sweet, fragrant, truly spicy
Nutrition value on 100 gr.
Proteins (g / 100g)… 18
Fats (g / 100g)… 16
Carbohydrates (g / 100g)… 35
Energy value (kcal / 100g)… 360