Cinnamon

03 Nov 2009
 

Aromatic bark of cinnamon or cassia trees. This sweet spice comes from the bark of several tropical trees. The bark is removed, dried and rolled up to make a tube. Cinnamon is sold dry as sticks but also often as a powder.

Use: Used in baking and with fruit but can be added to savoury dishes. Also in pastries, breads, desserts, cooked fruits, ham, sweet potatoes, hot beverages, cereals.

 

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