Cinnamon Ground

Available in
34g Shaker Jar

One of the most common kitchen spices, Cinnamon has a sweet, spicy flavour & woody fragrance and is used in a variety of sweet and savoury dishes

Suggested Uses

Cinnamon has so many uses
It is used in pies, cakes, biscuits, and desserts, also in any milk, chocolate or apple based dishes to add sweet spiciness.
Cinnamon is great for pickling and in preserved goods.
Cinnamon is perfect sprinkled on top of cappuccinos and other hot drinks (especially nice in mulled wine)
In savoury dishes, cinnamon adds an exotic Middle Eastern flavour that is especially suited to lamb and chicken – try it in your casseroles or stews!
Add to curries and savoury rice dishes.

The Variety

Cinnamon is the dried bark of the trees in the evergreen family of the genus Cinnamomum. Both the common varieties; Cinnamon & Cassia are from different families of the same genus.

For Your Appreciation

Cinnamon is defined as the dried bark of the genus Cinnamomum and it is common usage to call them both “cinnamon”, with a majority of the market being of cassia origin.

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