It is not only America that is said to have discovered, Columbus is also considered a legendary discoverer of clove pepper. Its taste is similar to cloves with peppery pungency with a slight hint of cinnamon and nutmeg, which is why the spice that belongs to the berries has been given its secondary name "Clove Pepper". It is often combined with juniper and laurel. The trio can be found above all in any roast, goulash, red cabbage, potato soup or hearty stews. But allspice can not only be used for hearty dishes, it is also a real hit for apple or plum compote as well as for biscuit creations!
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