Mace Spice - Make Hot Food | United Spicefruit

The reddish seed covering the nutmeg seed is used to make mace spice. Its flavor, which is more subtle than nutmeg's, is used to flavor bread, meat, fish, and vegetables as well as to pickle and preserve food. The crimson-colored aril, or coating, that envelops the nutmeg seed is removed during the preparation of mace, after which it is smoothed down and dried for a period of 10 to 14 days



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