Ceylon Cinnamon Quillings
Diffrence between Ceylon Cinnamon Quills and Quillings
Ceylon Cinnamon Quills are also know as Ceylon Cinnamon sticks. Cinnamon Quillings are the broken pieces that are extracted when the sticks are cut to size. The Cinnamon Quillings are of the same quality as the sticks but of mixed size.
Ceylon Cinnamon Quillings are used in the following,
- Making Cinnamon Ground
- Extracting Cinnamon Bark Oil
Ceylon Cinnamon has a lighter colour and posses a sweeter, more delicate flavour than cassia
Ceylon Cinnamon is more delicate and used more in dessert dishes. It is commonly used in cakes and other baked goods, milk and rice puddings, chocolate dishes and fruit desserts, particularly apples and pears. It is common in many Middle Eastern and North African dishes, in flavouring lamb tagines or stuffed aubergines. It is used in curries and pilaus and in garam masala. It may be used to spice mulled wines, creams and syrups. The largest importer of Ceylon Cinnamon is Mexico, where it is drunk with coffee and chocolate and brewed as a tea.