Scandinavian Rhubarb Cake
The nutmeg tree (myristica fragrans) is the only tree that produces two separate spices. The fruit contains a hard pit known as nutmeg, while the lacy red membrane surrounding it is mace. Mace spice is a common ingredient in Northern European cooking, appearing in hearty vegetable dishes, cream sauces, and sausages. In baking, ground mace spice can be used as a substitute for nutmeg; its mellower flavor is especially nice with fruits or delicate pastries. It’s also delicious in pumpkin pie or baked winter squash dishes. Ingredients: Mace.
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Thank you for your ground mace! It is perfect for my windmill cookies and the family LOVE them! In my neck of the woods mace is very hard to find but now thanks to you, my family and I will be enjoying our favorite homemade cookies for years to come!!
I bought a package for my sister who had a hard time finding this. She uses it when cooking carrots. I tried it and it complements carrots perfectly. I'm looking forward to using it in more recipes. My sister is very happy with it too.