Ground Cinnamon has a sweet and woody flavor. cinnamon has a slight citrusy note and its spicy taste is often likened to the powerful punch of cloves. Other than the texture there’s no difference between ground cinnamon and cinnamon sticks in flavor.
It is used to flavor curry on the Indian subcontinent, savory chicken and lamb dishes in the Middle East, and chocolate and yams in Mexico. In the West it is popular in baked goods like cinnamon rolls and cookies, or with apples and pears in hearty pies, crumbles and cobblers.
it can be paired with: chocolate, beef, lamb, chicken, fish, apples, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, pork, and carrots. You may also consider including a touch of cinnamon in your pickling spice blend! If you’re looking for recipe inspiration, try these: Persian, Portuguese, Greek, Turkish, Indian, and Moroccan.
- Net Wt. 16 oz. (453g)
- Cinnamaldehyde (spicy), woody, musty, sweet, astringent, and bitter
Also available: Cinnamon Sticks