Online Ground Nutmeg
Ground Nutmeg, a brown-coloured spice, enhances many foods with its rich flavour. Countless recipes and dishes call for it in combination with other spices like cinnamon, cloves, and ginger. It is more common to use nutmeg in seasonal dishes during autumn and winter, although you can certainly enjoy it all year long if you get your creativity on. If possible.
Nutmeg is not just for dessert recipes. You can also use it on such vegetables as sweet potatoes, red potatoes, carrots, pumpkin, winter squash, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower and spinach.
Fruit tastes and looks wonderful all by itself, and ground nutmeg kicks up both flavour and visual appeal. Sprinkle nutmeg onto raw or cooked apples, (remembering cooked fruit is not guilt-free on some healthy eating plans) bananas, peaches, nectarines, pears, pineapple or mango. Cut up several fruits to make a mixed fruit salad, dust the fruit with nutmeg, and squeeze a little fresh lemon evenly onto the dish.
Breakfast foods don't have to be served only in the morning. They can be a meal no matter what time it is. Using ground nutmeg on them greatly enhances their flavour. Sprinkle nutmeg over the top of quiche, scrambled eggs, omelettes, pancakes, French toast. Do so while the food is warm and freshly cooked or baked so that the nutmeg seeps into the dish. Another tasty possibility is to sprinkle ground nutmeg onto a bowl of warm porridge, quinoa or any other breakfast cereal.
Nutmeg is a vital member of any mixed spice but especially good combined with cinnamon, the two of them creating an almost perfect welcoming, Store it in a cool, dry place away from heat and light. It also has a special affinity with cardamom; both are great on hot coffee. Ideal for colder months of the year for adding to hot drinks, lattes and even mulled wine.
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