Although popular in baked goods, cinnamon is a welcome addition to savory dishes. Whole sticks lend a more subtle flavor than
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Once used in love potions, cinnamon is famous for showing up in sweet desserts and breakfast treats but you can also find
its bittersweet flavor in recipes for drinks, main dishes, and salads.
Freezer Cinnamon Rolls
These aren't your average cinnamon rolls, but a made-from-scratch version that's stuffed with a buttery ground cinnamon filling
of raisins, pecans, and apricots. Great for gifts or to stash in the freezer for baking whenever the mood strikes.
This easy weeknight meal brings two favorites together quickly. Pork chops are cooked in the skillet and kept warm as apples
sauté with butter, ground cinnamon, and lemon juice. It feels like Sunday supper, and takes less than 20 minutes to make.
This apple-ground cinnamon confection received our test kitchen's highest rating and will have family and guests singing your
praises. Traditionally served at Hanukkah, the cake gets its wonderfully moist texture from a mixture of butter and cream
Lamb Tagine with Cinnamon, Saffron, and Dried Fruit
A whole cinnamon stick lends a subtle sweet flavor to this oven-roasted Moroccan lamb stew that's bursting with savory spices,
vegetables, and dried apricots. Serve it over couscous with a sprinkling of chopped fresh cilantro.
An old-fashioned cookie favorite, these light snickerdoodles have the same appealing ground cinnamon and sugar coating as
their regular counterparts, just fewer calories and less fat. You'll love how the aroma of cinnamon fills the kitchen as they