This woodsy, spicy, citrusy, warm, little known West African spice is something of a cult classic among international chefs. We love using this stand along spice as a dry rub for steaks, barbeque chicken or kebabs or whisked into marinades for fish and vegetables. The citrusy flavor of grains of paradise also plays well in leafy green and grain salads- we love it in a lemon vinaigrette. Or, try in fruit desserts like apple pie or grilled peaches and play on notes of cardamom and clove. Enjoy!
Grains of Paradise
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