A rhizomatous Indian natural herb (Elettaria cardamomum) having capsular fresh fruits with fragrant seeds made use of as a spice or condiment.
The seed of this plant.
any one of a few flowers associated with associated genus Amomum, used as an alternative for cardamom.
An Indian natural herb, Elettaria cardamomum
The aromatic seed for this plant, used as a spice, cooking, in addition in curry dust in Asian and Arabic cuisine, as well as in Northern European countries as well as in numerous countries and countries.
The fragrant fruit, or capsule with its seeds, of a few flowers of the Ginger household developing in East Indies and in other places, and much used as a condiment, and in medicine.
A rhizomatous herb which produces cardamoms, esp. Elettaria Cardamomum and several types of Amomum.
one of several capsules of various types of flowers for the genera Amomum and Elettaria, natural order Zingiberaceæ: generally utilized in the plural.
fragrant seeds utilized as seasoning like cinnamon and cloves particularly in pickles and barbeque sauces
rhizomatous natural herb of India having fragrant seeds utilized as seasoning