Try This at Home: Catch a Star (Anise)


| October/November 2010



This fall, use star anise (Illicium verum) in your kitchen to craft unusual comfort foods. This herb is used in many cuisines. You can make a savory Vietnamese noodle soup (pho); a sweet, milky Indian tea (masala chai); and a versatile Indian spice blend (garam masala), for example. Check out www.herbcompanion.com/staranise for recipes and more information.

Even More Star Anise

Add star anise to these recipes for soothing chai.

Create a spice concoction perfect for hot apple cider.

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Make a beef noodle soup that is popular in Vietnam.

Discover star anise's hidden talents.



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