This has a fine dusty texture that it is light brown in colour. Don’t confuse it with the darker spice Cassiaas that is often misleadingly sold as ground cinnamon. Cassia is more commonly used in savoury cooking whereas the more subtle flavour of cinnamon is often called for in sweet dishes. Cinnamon sticks are difficult to grind so it is useful to have both sticks and powder handy, as sticks are better when you want the cinnamon flavour to infuse into the cooking liquid, and powder is more useful when mixing with other spices to form spice blends.
- + Ingredients
- + Health Benefits
Besides being a wonderful culinary spice, research suggests that Cinnamon can lower blood sugar and cholesterol and also kill bacteria.
- + How to use
It is delicious sprinkled on your morning muesli and makes an exotic and warming sprinkle in your tea or coffee! Cinnamon pairs wonderfully with apples, berries, pears, stews, custards, sauces.
- + Country of Origin
Product of Vietnam
- + Storage Instructions
Store in a cool dry area away from direct sunlight