Do you know? Cinnamon is also called as…Dalchini – Karuvapattai – Dālcina Cekka – Dalcȳn
Cinnamon is a delicious aromatic spice which has been used for thousands of years starting from ancient Egypt. It is known for its medicinal properties as well as for enhancing the flavor of food and beverages. Cinnamon is a spice that is made from the inner bark of trees scientifically known as Cinnamomum. Cinnamon bark is a popular spice with a delicate fragrance and a warm agreeable taste. The brown coloured bark is easily chewable and is used in the form of small pieces or powder. It gives a dish a very rich flavour and hence is an essential spice in cooking. It is used to flavour a variety of foods, from bakery to the curries. The cinnamon bark is added whole to casseroles, rice dishes, mulled wines and punches, and to syrups for poaching fruit. The barks are also used in tea infusions or spiced cider blends. Ground cinnamon is used in baked goods like cakes, pastries and biscuits. Cinnamon leaf oil is used in processed meats, condiments and also in bakery items, chocolate and spicy candies and liqueurs. Cinnamon along with its plethora of other impressive health benefits, is loaded with antioxidants / anti-inflammatory properties, which may help your body to fight infections.
It’s a natural product so the size can vary. There can be a few small pieces, as it’s a pure product from interiors of Kerala…but the taste and flavor will undoubtedly be the best!!