In our spices range, you can find this yellowish-brown spice that is obtained from the nutmeg seeds. Raw mace is lacy coating on nutmeg seeds, which is removed by hand. Once removed from nutmeg’s outer shell, lacy aril is left to dry. The pungent mace is added into chicken dishes, fish recipes, sauces, variety of cheese, and baked goods. Our company supplies aromatic mace in whole pieces to retailers for re-selling to people and spice manufacturers for using this spice as an ingredient of spice mixtures, like garam masala and curry powder. Not only in Indian cuisines, Mace finds use in Asian, Moroccan and Caribbean cuisine. If nutmeg is out of stock in your kitchen, no worries, use mace blades.