Cardamom Pods, Black

These black pods (which are actually brownish in color) are not "true" cardamom, but come from a closely related species. They have a similar flavor to green cardamom, but stronger and slightly acrid.
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Black cardamom is sometimes considered inferior to the delicate green pods, but it has its uses in savory recipes or when a stronger flavor is required. It holds up well to competing flavors in chai mixes, and is delicious in strong coffee. For vegetarian and kosher/halal cooks, one or two black cardamom pods in soups and casseroles can add a subtle bacon flavor.

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