|Specialty||No Artificial Flavors, Organic|
|Item part number||Mace 50|
|Net Quantity||1000.0 gram|
|Item Weight||1000 Grams|
|Country of Origin||India|
Mace (Javitri )
|Est. Time(days)||15||To be negotiated|
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Mace is a spice which is obtained from the Myristica fragrans tree whose seed is the nutmeg. Mace is the net-like extra seed covering that covers the nutmeg's seed coat. Mace is the lacy covering of the nutmeg seed but differs in flavor by being subtly pungent and spicier. It has a beautiful aroma. It is used in baked goods, and can also be a part of meat dishes, stew, etc.
The Myristica fragrans tree is the source of the spices mace and nutmeg. Mace and nutmeg are sister spices since they both come from the seed of the same tree.
Mace is the name for the seed aril. It is essentially a thin layer of leathery tissue that lies between the nutmeg fruit's stone and pulp. The aril, which is also known as an arillus, is a seed's outgrowth that partially or entirely encases the seed. When gathered, it is vivid crimson to purple; however, after drying, it turns amber.
The stone's aril is removed, and the fragments that remain are referred to as blades. Native to the Indonesian Banda Islands, the Myristica fragrans tree has also been cultivated in various Caribbean climes.
Genuine Indian mace, straight from Kerala's Ernakulam.
The nutmeg seed's lacy covering, known as mace, has a mildly pungent and spicier flavour than other spices.
It has a lovely scent. In addition to being used in baked items, it can also be found in stews, meat dishes, etc.
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