Aniseed (also known as Anise) has a distinctive flavour and appears in a vast array of food and drink. Aniseed is the main flavouring in a variety of Mediterranean spirits including pastis, raki, sambuca and ouzo. It is used in cuisines around the world to give the final dish a sweet, aromatic fragrance, and is also widely used in baking.
USES: Aniseed can be added to the dough for baked goods as well as to the fruit filling of a crumble or pie. It’s distinctive flavour also complements minced meat well.
All our spicestore ingredients are now sold as refills and come in compostable bags (made from wood pulp), so just decant the contents into your existing spice jars or Spicery stackable tins and dispose of the bag in your compost and food waste bin!