Use 2 tbsp. to flavor 6 pt. sweet pickles.
Use 3 tbsp. to each quart water when steaming 1 or 2 lbs. shrimp.
Tie in a cheesecloth bag for easy removal and use in the following ways:
• Add to water when stewing dried fruits.
• Add to liquid for pot roast of venison or beef and beef brisket.
• Use in marinades for mushrooms, artichokes, meat, poultry and fish.
CINNAMON, ALLSPICE, MUSTARD SEED, CORIANDER, BAY LEAVES, GINGER, CHILIES, CLOVES, BLACK PEPPER, MACE, CARDAMOM, AND SULFITING AGENTS.
This product has no significant nutritional value.
I cannot always find this in stores, but it is the perfect combination for poaching salmon or any other fish.
Joy | September 25, 2013
I use this when making brussel sprouts, add to balsamic vinegar and steep overnight--Amazing! I also use it when making pickled eggs. Unfortunately I found out today that my local grocery no longer carries it...
Amy Smith | September 04, 2016
McCormick use to put usage on bottle. I use it for pickling in large batches. I had to search online to find suggested pickling usages.
Barry | September 25, 2014
Not useful for dill pickles. Cinnamon is the first listed ingredient and that will mess up the flavor.
Anonymous | December 21, 2014