I have a question about the ingredient "¾ teaspoon ras el hanout, divided" on the recipe "Bisteeya Wontons" from hardlikearmour.
What is it and where do I find it?
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It is a Moroccan spice blend. You can find it in Middle Eastern markets or at Williams Sonoma.
Recipes are found easily on the internet -- this site looks good: http://www.theepicentre...
I'm sure you can simplify if you like. They're different, but Chinese 5 spice powder, Indian garam masala, or even apple/pumpkin pie spice could be a starting point, if they're on your shelf already.
Thank you both for the information! I didn't have any idea where to even start looking for this ingredient.
Susan g, that is a website i haven't come across yet. it looks quite informative and will be perusing it soon.
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Sorry for not getting back to you earlier. Work sometimes impinges on my food52 time! I got mine from World Spice Merchants in Seattle. https://www.worldspice...
Epicurious has a couple of recipes for it. I think susan g's suggestion of garam masala would be a pretty close match, and is easier to find.
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