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- n. Plural form of cardamon.
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Minor articles of exportation are, — general spiceries (ginger, cardamons, &c.); Eastern perfumes, such as aloes-wood, attar of rose, attar of pink and others; tamarinds from
Then add a wineglass of rose water, some blanched and shredded almonds and the little inside seeds of half a dozen cardamons.
Add the almonds and cardamons and lemon or orange juice if desired.
In another pan, I dry fry the curry leaves, cinnamon sticks, star anise, cloves, cardamons, mustard seeds and whatever spices I have.
(blanched and sliced), and the seed of six cardamons.