MACE [Myristica Fragrans]
Mace is the thin, bright red aril or lace-like covering over the shell of the Nutmeg. Its flavor is similar to Nutmeg but more delicate. It is used to flavor many kinds of baked goods, confections, puddings, meat, sausages, sauces and vegetables. Nutmegs are also used in many savory and sweet dishes. It also has some medicinal properties.
Grades of Mace Available
Grade 1- Matured mace flower with reddish color sorted and free from impurity.
Mace BWP- Immature mace mixed with few portion of matured mace, usually dull in color and unsorted.
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