ALLSPICE

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Tasting Notes

Allspice gives an aromatic flavour to both sweet and savoury dishes. It was given the name “Allspice” as the berry combined the flavours of cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves to give a warming burst of flavour. When Allspice is unavailable, to create a similar flavour you could try mixing together ground cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves.

Allspice works well in Caribbean and Middle Eastern cuisine, but also complements beef, ham and cookie mixture. It is a versatile spice that can be used to flavour both sweet and savoury products. Coarsely crush the berries and rub onto meat before cooking; add a pinch to cake and cookie mixtures to add sweetness; or mix with oil to create a sweet dressing for salads.

Product Range

Pack-Shot-basil-paste

ALLSPICE GROUND

Sift into the flour of your favourite cake and biscuit recipes for the ultimate comfort food.

Ingredients

Ground Allspice.

Storage Information

Store in a dark, cool, dry place.

Weight

40g e

Country of Origin

Produce of more than one country. Packed in the UK.

Pack-Shot-basil-paste

ALLSPICE

Drop into the water of a boiling ham and simmer for the flavours to be absorbed.

Ingredients

Whole Allspice.

Storage Information

Store in a dark, cool, dry place.

Weight

30g e

Country of Origin

Produce of more than one country. Packed in the UK.

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