No more cinnamon licking! What would Christmas be without cinnamon stars? Originally from East India and Sri Lanka, the spice is now a common spice in many country cuisines. It is distinguished in 2 types: the Ceylon Zimt (Canehl) from Sri Lanka and the Chinese Cassia Zimt, which comes mostly ground into the trade. With its exotic touch, it refines numerous baked goods during the Christmas season, rice pudding, ice cream, fruit salads or the morning oatmeal. But also in hearty dishes such as Greek moussaka, Indian lamb curries with couscous or oriental kebabs it brings a unique pinch of 1001 nights!
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