Cinnamon Myrtle ~ Whole Leaf Dried 50g by Warndu
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Cinnamon myrtle this lovely rainforest tree has cream flowers and cinnamon-scented leaves. While you will probably buy it in dried leaf form, all you need to do is grind it in spice grinder and keep it in an airtight jar. Use it in the place of traditional cinnamon wherever you can, through use a little less as it's much stronger in flavour.
Dried and ground ready for your cooking and baking. This incredible leaf packs a punch and really can just substitute your normal cinnamon.
◎ Common Name: Cinnamon myrtle
◎ Scientific or Latin Name: backhousia myrtifolia
◎ Comparison: Cinnamon
◎ Seasonality: All year dried
◎ Region: Rainforest
This spice is featured in these recipes in Warndu Mai
◎ Davidson Plum and Cinnamon Myrtle Jam
◎ Anzac Biscuits (our way)
◎ Hot Cross Buns
Cinnamon Myrtle can also be found in our delicious Wild Chai Latte powder.
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