Referred to as the â€œflower of nutmeg,â€ mace is the lacy covering of the nutmeg seed, and has a more aromatic and bitter flavor than nutmeg. Its spicy and bitter clove-like flavor provides an intense aroma to Middle Eastern and Asian foods. Add to Southeast Asian and Indian garam masalas, curries, sauces and cakes. Use in cream soups, cream sauces, chowders, crackers, pie fillings and cakes. Mace is the commercial flavor in hot dogs, doughnuts, pickles and icings.
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Manufacturer: Tangent Synergies (dba The Organic Food Guys)
Durkee spices are sourced from regions around the world. By preserving their natural oils and ensuring their purity, we create flavors as close as possible to the fresh products from which they are made. The abundance of fresh flavors in Durkee products makes it simple to prepare an incredibly tasty meal.
MAJU's Organic Maca Powder, Gelatinized to Remove Starch, Peruvian, Non-GMO, Purest & Best Tasting Maca Root Powder
Manufacturer: Maju Superfoods LLC
Brand: Maju Superfoods
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Color: Light Brown
Why is Gelatinized Maca so Popular?Maca is known as the worlds highest growing plant, and is packed with energy enhancing properties and extreme nutrient density. Apparently the high elevation contributes to these properties. Maca has been consumed raw for centuries however in the last twenty or so years maca has been "gelatinized" to improve consumption. Here's why we only sell Gelatinized MacaThe sun dried roots are first boiled and then pressurized in order to remove all starch content. The b...
We've sourced the best Whole Mace for you. Mace is the outer shell of the nutmeg fruit. It has a lighter, sweeter flavor. Upon opening the small, plum-sized fruit of the nutmeg tree, the nutmeg inside is protectively covered by the thin, lacy-looking scarlet-colored shell. This covering is called mace. After the mace is peeled from the shell and dried, its beautiful scarlet color fades to a light brown. Its flavor is similar to, but more delicate than, the sturdy nutmeg. Mace is used for soups ...
McCormick Gourmet Collection Ground Mace, 1.5 Ounce Unit
Our Gourmet Ground Mace is a warm, sweet brown spice that comes from the same fruit as nutmeg, but with a slightly sweeter flavor. Spice up chocolate desserts, cooked fruit, cookies and baked apples with Ground Mace, or use it to add a sweet bite to savory dishes like potatoes, asparagus, spinach, carrots and creamed chicken. McCormickâ€™s Gourmet Spices are FlavorSealed to guarantee a great, fresh flavor every time you use them.
Mace Whole Native to the Spice Islands (Moluccas), mace grows on the same tall tropical tree that produces nutmeg. The tree produces a pale yellow peach like fruit, once split open reveals a black nut wrapped in a bright red net called the aril web. When dried, the aril (mace) takes on an orange yellow color and can be purchased either ground or whole. Mace adds its warm aroma and flavor to garam masala blend and is a common ingredient in rich Moghul style dishes. Have not Cooked with it before?...
We've sourced the best Mace for you. Our oval swing-top clear glass spice-preserve bottle makes for a beautiful presentation in your kitchen, sleek and stylish. The lid clamps down on contents with a tight-sealing gasket and a sleek chrome closure. This preserves the aroma of the included spice. The opening of the bottle is wide, providing easy access whether you're reaching with fingers for a pinch or spoon for a scoopful. Mace is the outer shell of the nutmeg fruit. It has a lighter, sweeter f...
MaceA Little History! Native to the Spice Islands (Moluccas), mace grows on the same tall tropical tree that produces nutmeg. The tree produces a pale yellow peach like fruit, once split open reveals a black nut wrapped in a bright red net called the aril web. When dried, the aril (mace) takes on an orange yellow color and can be purchased either ground or whole. Mace adds its warm aroma and flavor to garam masala blend and is a common ingredient in rich Moghul style dishes. Product Type: Gro...
Mace is native to the Molucca Islands. It has a flavor and aroma similar to nutmeg, with a little more pungency, therefore Mace can also be substituted for nutmeg. Mace is most popular in European foods where it is used in both savory and sweet dishes. It is also the dominant flavor in doughnuts. You can sprinkle it on fruits, whipped cream, or anything chocolate. It can also be used in savory favorites, such as pates, creamed spinach, and mashed potatoes. **Allergen Advice** (Jalpur products ar...