Clove

(Cengkih, Giroflier, Syzygium aromaticum, Gewürznelke, or লবঙ্গ)

Widely used in Asian, African, and the Middle Eastern cuisines, Cloves have a lending flavor that is used for cooking curries, as well as for marinades. They are often complement to fruit such as apples, pears, or rhubarb. They also pair well with cinnamon, vanilla, basil, as well as onion, citrus peel, star anise, or peppercorns.

Clove has a long history of trading around the world, as until the modern times, it grew only on a few islands in the Maluku Islands.

Clove is also known as:
Cengkih
লং
قرنفل
লবঙ্গ
Giroflier
Syzygium aromaticum
Eugenia caryophyllata
Gewürznelke

Cloves

Cloves

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