Cinnamon Myrtle by Indigiearth
Temporarily out of stock
Also known as Carrol, Carrol Ironwood, Neverbreak, Ironwood or Grey Myrtle.
Cinnamon Myrtle grows in the subtropical areas of Eastern Australia and is primarily used as a flavouring spice. Related to the Lemon Myrtle, Cinnamon Myrtle is an essential and has been used in Bush Tucker for over 60,000 years. With a distinct cinnamon-like bouquet, this spice is a wonderful addition to sweet or savoury dishes.
Suggestions for use:
- Any recipe that requires cinnamon - including stews, curries, baked goods, Middle Eastern dishes or even a hot toddy on a winter evening. Go ahead – experiment!
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