Worth its weight in sheep! Nutmeg was so sought after in the fourteenth century that half a kilogram of nutmeg cost as much as three sheep. There have even been wars fought over control of nutmeg plantations. Well, you don’t have to fight us for it, we are happy to share this unique spice. Nutmeg is the large seed of a stone fruit that imparts a warm, sweet and spicy flavour to both sweet and savoury foods. It is similar to mace, not surprising considering they are from the same tree. This pale brown powder can be easier to use instead of whole seed.
- + Ingredients
- + How to use
Versatile Nutmeg pairs well with broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, cheese, custard tarts, fruit pies, lamb casseroles, soufflés, pasta, pumpkin soup, ricotta fritters, rice dishes, wilted spinach and stuffing.
Nutmeg should be used sparingly as a small amount imparts a strong flavour and overconsumption can cause ill effects.
- + Country of Origin
Product of India
- + Storage Instructions
Store in a cool dry area away from direct sunlight