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Jump to navigation Jump to search Alligator pepper fruit and seeds Alligator pepper also known as mbongo spice or hepper pepper is a West African spice made from the seeds and seed pods of Aframomum danielli , A.

It is a close relative of grains of paradise, obtained from the closely related species, Aframomum melegueta. Unlike grains of paradise, which are generally sold as only the seeds of the plant, alligator pepper is sold as the entire pod containing the seeds in the same manner to another close relative, black cardamom.

The plants which provide alligator pepper are herbaceous perennial flowering plants of the ginger family Zingiberaceae , native to swampy habitats along the West African coast. As mbongo spice, the seeds of alligator pepper are often sold as the grains isolated from the pod and with the outer skin removed. Mbongo spice is most commonly either A.

It is a common ingredient in West African cuisine, where it imparts both pungency and a spicy aroma to soups and stews. Use in cuisine[ edit ] Even in West Africa, alligator pepper is an expensive spice, so is used sparingly. Often, a single whole pod is pounded in a pestle and mortar before half of it is added along with black pepper as a flavouring to West African soups or boiled rice.

The spice can also be substituted in any recipe using grains of paradise or black cardamom to provide a hotter and more pungent flavour. When babies are born in Yoruba culture , they are given a small taste of alligator pepper atare shortly after birth as part of the routine baby-welcoming process, and it is also used as an ingredient at traditional meet-and-greets. The Igbo present and eat the alligator pepper together with kola nuts. In virtually every Igbo ceremony, alligator peppers and kola nuts are presented to guests at the top of the agenda and prior to any other food or entertainment.

Prayers and libations are made together with kola nuts and alligator pepper.

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Alligator pepper

Jump to navigation Jump to search Alligator pepper fruit and seeds Alligator pepper also known as mbongo spice or hepper pepper is a West African spice made from the seeds and seed pods of Aframomum danielli , A. It is a close relative of grains of paradise, obtained from the closely related species, Aframomum melegueta. Unlike grains of paradise, which are generally sold as only the seeds of the plant, alligator pepper is sold as the entire pod containing the seeds in the same manner to another close relative, black cardamom. The plants which provide alligator pepper are herbaceous perennial flowering plants of the ginger family Zingiberaceae , native to swampy habitats along the West African coast.

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Nishicage This page was last edited on 30 Decemberat Tomato fruits were weighed and extracted with hexane, methanol and acetone in ratio 2: Southwestern Journal of Anthropology. The arramomum contents reduced in all samples over storage at refrigerated condition Table 5. The crude oil extracts of A. The dried seeds of A. The quality of soyprotein has been assessed through several metabolic studies of nitrogen balance [ Gastro-jejunal digestion of soya-bean-milk protein in humans. Larger image png format Tables index Veiw figure View current table in a new window.

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