Creamy Baharat Vegetable Soup
Cooks in the Middle East often turn to the Baharat blend to add spice and a little heat to ground meat dishes, vegetables, couscous, and Tunisian egg tagines. The flavorful and subtly exotic taste of this Arabic spice mix are great for Mediterranean cooking, or a simple way to spice up plain dishes like rice and meatballs.This baharat spice is hand mixed from: Paprika, pepper, coriander, cumin, cloves, chiles, cinnamon, cardamom.
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We tried it on salmon and it’s pretty good. Also tried it with lamb. It’s milder flavor than the marakesh market blend and shawarma. I prefer the other spices.
I haven't used this spice yet, but the packaging and color are perfect. I've been very pleased with the spices and the spice blends I've purchased. The flatpacks are always well packed, the spices fresh, and the taste delicious.
Used on roasted taro. It was delicious.
Yet another Middle Eastern spice blend that The Spice House has perfected for use in making scrumptious and succulent kefta kabob on the grill (or simmered in sauce) at home. Mixed in the recommended amount of this dry seasoning into a couple pounds of local, pastured 80/20 ground beef together with the juice from some grated and strained onion, some minced fresh parsley, and a little bit of ground Aleppo Pepper for an added spicy kick, and WOW! Pow! Zing! Oh-yeah! Even better than a lot of the kefta you get in restaurants because you can control the doneness of the meat to your liking. Give this spice blend a try and you will not be disappointed.
I made rice pilaf with this spice. We are addicted to it!