Cinnamon is widely used in baked goods and spice blends, as well as braising meats and poaching fruits.
In China, it is used to make sauces for meats and poultry. In India, you'll find it in curries and rice.
In Mexico and South America, cinnamon is used to flavor coffee, teas, and chocolate.
Sweet, warm, and spicy with hints of cloves and citrus.
Cinnamon goes well with Almonds, apples, apricots, bananas, chocolate, coffee, lamb, poultry, rice, and
Cinnamon blends well with Anise, cardamom, cloves, coriander, cumin, ginger, nutmeg, turmeric.
Culinary uses of Cinnamon:
Baked goods, confections, desserts, fruit, Mexican chocolate, curries, five
spice powder, berbere, barbecue sauce, mole sauce, poached fruit, and lamb, roast meats