Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Plums and Roasted Cinnamon
McCormick Gourmet Organic Ground Saigon Cinnamon
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McCormick Gourmet™ Organic Cinnamon, Roasted Saigon

Roasting brings out cinnamon’s spicy-sweet flavor. Add to muffins, apple pie and chocolate desserts. Also great in mole recipes and spice rubs for meats.
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Usage Tips

• Perfect for French toast, oatmeal or yogurt.
• Also great in molé recipes and spice rubs for meat.
• Sprinkle on fruit or stir into pancake, muffin or cookie batter.

Full Ingredients

CINNAMON

UPC Code

52100013336

Nutrition information (per Serving)

This product has no significant nutritional value.

Ratings & Reviews

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“McCormick fails to identify this product as Cassia or Ceylon cinnamon the former of which is...”

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  • Best tasting cinnamon ever! Roasted Saigon Cinnamon ....Buy it!

    Shari Trask-Santose | January 30, 2016 | Reply

    (5.0) stars)
  • This is the BEST cinnamon I have ever had! I love it in all my baked goods and shaking on at the table.

    Jackie | March 21, 2014 | Reply

    (5.0) stars)
  • The best cinnamon I have ever used in baked goods!

    Amanda | December 12, 2013 | Reply

    (5.0) stars)
  • This is the best cinnamon I've ever smelled and tasted. I don't think I can ever use another brand. It's that good...

    Brian | April 26, 2016 | Reply

    (5.0) stars)
  • best spice I've found ,which I can't purchase cause NO ONE CARRIES IT !!!!!

    peggy | November 21, 2015 | Reply

    (5.0) stars)
  • Love this cinnamon with my Greek yogurt, but having a hard time finding it at the grocery store :(

    Elaine | June 05, 2015 | Reply

    (5.0) stars)
  • We love this cinnamon, but cannot find it in any store in the PDX area anymore, which is why I'm giving it one star, instead of 5.

    Carol Suelzle | September 13, 2015 | Reply

    (1.0) stars)
  • McCormick fails to identify this product as Cassia or Ceylon cinnamon the former of which is potentially toxic to some individuals, liver and kidney issues. Vietnamese cinnamon is usually Cassia and not recommended. It contains coumarin.

    FRANKLIN JASKO | March 26, 2017 | Reply

    (1.0) stars)