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10 Best Cardamom Recipes Ideas

We have selected ten cardamom recipes to show you just how versatile the spice is!

Cardamom is an extremely versatile spice, and due to its strong, unique flavor it is used all over the world in coffee, desserts and also in savory meat and fish recipes. Cardamom is one of the world’s ancient spices native to the forests of India, where it grows wild and from where the first Cardamom recipes originate.

The ancient Egyptians used cardamom as a tooth cleaner, chewing its seeds and the Greeks and Romans used it as a perfume. You can buy ground cardamom but the best is to get the whole pods and use the tiny black seeds inside for fresh grinding. This way you can get the most intense, spicy-sweet, and completely unique flavor.

1. Fluffy Cardamom Buns

These mouthwatering Fluffy Cardamom Rolls might take a long time to prepare – especially if this is your first time making a yeast dough – but it worths all the effort. These super delicious fluffy buns are perfect with coffee in the morning, or as a snack.
Fluffy Cardamom Buns

Recipe via berriesandspice.com

2. Cardamom Pistachio Energy Bars

These Pistachio Cardamom energy bars are packed with fiber and protein, plus they come together in no time. They are really satisfying due to their soft and chewy texture. You will need pistachios, pumpkin seeds, medjol dates, cardamom and coconut oil.
Cardamom Pistachio Energy Bars

Recipe via gourmandeinthekitchen.com

3. Maple-Roasted Cardamom Spiced Carrots and Apples

These maple-roasted spiced carrots and apples can be served warm as a side dish, or chilled alongside with a cheese plate or salad. They are slightly sweet, with a hint of warm spices and herbs such as cardamom, cinnamon and ginger. You can even top them with finely chopped walnuts as well.
Maple-Roasted Cardamom Spiced Carrots and Apples

Recipe via vanillaandbean.com

4. Yemenite Soup

This soup was made famous by Yemenite Jews who have made it an institution in Israel. Yemenite Jews used to serve this spicy soup on Friday night for Sabbath dinner. This hearty beef soup is filled with aromatic spices and soft potatoes.
Yemenite Soup

Recipe via www.196flavors.com

5. Carrot, Red Lentil and Cardamom Soup

Now that winter is approaching we need lots of warming food, the kind that leaves us feeling warm and comforted for hours afterwards. This recipe uses turmeric which is an amazing healing spice with anti-inflammatory effects. Add cardamom and fennel seeds to it and you get a healing, warming soup.
Carrot, Red Lentil and Cardamom Soup

Recipe via nickyclinch.com

6. Yogurt, Pear and Cardamom Cake

This gorgeous Yogurt, Pear and Cardamom Cake is simple, quick and delicious! You will need yogurt (can be plain or fruit yogurt), eggs, oil, sugar, flour and 2 pears. If it’s not the season you can use apples instead. It will still be delicious, just don’t forget the spices: cardamom and cinnamon!
Yogurt, Pear and Cardamom Cake

Recipe via mycommontable.com

7. Gluten-free Plum Cake with Cardamom

If you are looking for a gluten-free dessert that is just as satisfying as the regular cakes, this gluten-free plum cake won’t disappoint you! The tough is made with gluten-free oat flour and rice flour, and a teaspoon of psyllium husk. The best is to use Italian prunes for this recipe instead of red plums or pluots.
Gluten-free Plum Cake with Cardamom

Recipe via www.woodenspoonbaking.com

8. One Pot Chicken with Caramelized Onions, Cardamom And Barberry Rice

This one-pot chicken recipe is perfect for dinner parties since it requires very little prep time and it is ready in an hour. Caramelized onions, cardamom and barberries, crispy chicken, dill, coriander, sliced avocados, roasted cashews and herb yogurt… What more you could wish for?
One Pot Chicken with Caramelized Onions

Recipe via recipesfromapantry.com

9. Gluten-free and vegan Chocolate Amaranth Pudding

This one is a very simple, yet beautifully decadent, chocolate rich pudding – Chocolate Amaranth Pudding with Cardamom Poached Pears. It is gluten-free, vegan and nut-free recipe. The amaranth has a creamy texture and nutty flavor and it beautifully pairs with chocolate.
Gluten-free and vegan Chocolate Amaranth Pudding

Recipe via nirvanacakery.com

10. Moroccan Cardamom Meatballs

If you are fond of oriental flavors here is another beautiful recipe featuring cardamom! The lamb meatballs start out with the usual egg, onion and breadcrumbs, but take a more flavorful turn with multiple fistfuls of fresh herbs, pine nuts, feta cheese, the zest of two lemons, and freshly ground cardamom.
Moroccan Cardamom Meatballs

Recipe via theviewfromgreatisland.com

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