Cinnamon, Highland Harvested Saigon, Ground
Cinnamon is one of the world’s oldest and most widely used spices. From sugary baked goods to savory Indian and Middle Eastern dishes, ground cinnamon is a mainstay spice across cultures and palates.
Origins of Cinnamon
The earthy, aromatic spice originates from the bark of evergreen trees in the laurel family. Cinnamon’s bark curls into pungently sweet quills when dried, which are then ground into the ground cinnamon powder you sprinkle onto apple slices or oatmeal. The Spice Hunter Highland Harvested Saigon Cinnamon comes from the mountains of Vietnam. It’s known for its warm, reddish-brown shade and rich, sweet flavor – a result of the high volatile oil content in Saigon cinnamon.
How To Use Cinnamon
Try cinnamon in classics like Sourdough French Toast and Baklava or add a dash to savory dishes like Moroccan Spiced Chicken Chili or Spiced Tomato Shakshuka. For a quick snack, sprinkle cinnamon over apple slices or oatmeal.