Club House Allspice is used in seasonings, sauces, sausages, ketchup, jams, pumpkin, gravies, roasts, hams, baked goods, and teas. Caribbean cooking relies on Allspice as the main ingredient in jerk seasoning. It is used in Caribbean, Mexican, Indian, English, and North American cooking and in seasoning blends such as jerk seasoning and curry.
- Combine allspice and organic ground cinnamon to season a delicious Turkish beef stew
- Use allspice in this authentic and tasty fried yam recipe
About Ground Allspice
The Pimenta Dioica is a tree native to the Greater Antilles, southern Mexico and Central America. The term “allspice” was coined in 1621, when it was stated that the spice combined the flavour of cinnamon, nutmeg and clove
What does Ground Allspice taste like?
Allspice is generally described as having a woody, cinnamon like flavour, which is slightly numbing
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