Moroccan Spice Collection (Set of 3)
The flavors of Marrakesh.
If you’ve never cooked moroccan food—now’s your chance! Oaktown Spice Shop’s Moroccan Spice Collection gives you 3 fundamentals to get you cooking. Ras el hanout is a fragrant curry-like spice blend that finds its way into classic moroccan tagine dishes. Harissa is a pulverized powder of a mixture of dried chiles; Mix with olive oil and salt to make a delicious hot sauce paste for stirring into shakshukas. The Moroccan fish tagine spice gives fish and chicken a punch of heat from dried ancho chiles and bright notes from cilantro and parsley.
Ras el hanout contains paprika, cumin, ginger, smoked spanish paprika, ceylon cinnamon, cinnamon, coriander, turmeric, anise, allspice, dill seed, cardamom, nutmeg, mace, fennel, cayenne, yellow mustard, grains of paradise, long pepper, cubeb, rose petals, caraway, nigella ,bay leaves, black pepper, white pepper clove, and lavender; Harissa contains coriander, garlic, cumin, cayenne, caraway, cassia, and paprika; Fish tagine contains garlic, cumin, cayenne, caraway, cassia, paprika, ancho chile, flake salt, lemon peel, mint, parsley, turmeric, coriander, and citric acid.
Photography by Rocky Luten
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