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Fragrant and spicy yet sweet, cinnamon is a versatile ingredient. SAVEUR magazine shares 8 recipes for a variety of foods and beverages with an extra kick.

Baked Apples with Caramel Sauce

Fuji apples hold their shape perfectly when baked and coated in caramel.
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Indonesian Chicken Curry
In this dish, based on one in SAVEUR editor-in-chief James Oseland¿s Cradle of Flavor (W. W. Norton, 2006), cinnamon and lemongrass give the silky sauce fragrance and spiciness. See this Recipe André Baranowski
Cinnamon oil or extract gives these confections a tongue-tingling heat.
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Cinnamon Coffee Cake

A buttery cinnamon crumble tops a sweet breakfast favorite; the cake itself gets an extra boost of flavor from cinnamon extract. Get the recipe for Cinnamon Coffee Cake »
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Cuban Pork Hash
Serve this hash with warm corn tortillas and stewed black beans. See this Recipe André Baranowski
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Snickerdoodles
The ample amount of butter in these soft, chewy cookies draws out and enhances the flavor of the cinnamon. See this Recipe André Baranowski

Cinnamon Rice Pudding

There’s nothing like homemade rice pudding—creamy, sweet, and comforting. The brown sugar lends a caramel-like sweetness, while cinnamon and rum-soaked raisins add warmth and depth. Get the recipe for Cinnamon Rice Pudding »
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Spiced Wine

Red wine warmed with cloves, cinnamon, lemon, and sugar is a quintessential fall treat.

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