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Real Foods Ground Nutmegs

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50gr
£1.92 384p / 100g
100gr
£2.95 295p / 100g
250gr
£5.83 233p / 100g
500gr
£10.07 201p / 100g
1kg
£17.50 175p / 100g
3kg
£49.62 165p / 100g
6kg
£94.00 157p / 100g

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10kg
£142.11
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2 x 10kg
£139.27 each
(139p / 100g)
4 x 10kg
£138.56 each
(139p / 100g)

Ingredients

Ground Nutmegs ingredients:

Nutmeg Ground.

About Ground Nutmegs

Nutmeg has a slightly sweet taste and makes a wonderful addition to cheese sauces. It is used often in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisines as well.

Ground nutmeg is the oily powder produced by grinding whole nutmegs.

The hardness and oil content of nutmeg mean it is not particularly easy to grind in the domestic situation so pre-ground nutmeg provides a convenient alternative to whole nutmeg.

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Customer reviews

I love the flavour of nutmeg. My favourite way of getting my nutmeg hit is to spinckle it liberally on my baked egg custards before puttin them in the oven - I find a good coating of nutmeg allows me to reduce the sugar content of the agg mixture without compromising the taste.

By Elizabeth Eames on 09/09/2015

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