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Harissa

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Harissa is a fragrant and spicy North African condiment made from chilies, oil, garlic, and spices. This traditional harissa is made on the Mahjoub family estate in Tebourba, Tunisia, where the local cuisine traditions have been handed down for generations.

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Made with organic peppers, garlic, and olive oil grown on the Mahjoub estate, this harissa is characterized by its grainy consistency and its slightly smoked flavor. Use spicy harissa paste as a condiment on bread and sandwiches, or even in grilled salmon recipes. Ingredients: organic sun-dried pimentos, organic extra virgin olive oil, organic garlic, sundried tomatoes, salt, coriander, caraway seeds.
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Reviewed by Kristin L.
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Rated 5 out of 5
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Best Harissa!

This harissa knocked our socks off! Made with olive oil, it adds a spicy heat that isn’t too tomatoey like with grocery store harissa. A little goes a long way and pairs perfectly with eggs and any kind of Mediterranean/ middle eastern dish. On heavy rotation in our meals!

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Reviewed by M. C.
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Good cooked in rice

I tried this cooked into rice. It gave it a nice color and flavor. Looking forward to trying it in other recipes.

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Reviewed by Katrina O.
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Great Harissa

Love this. Have used several jars and will order more when these run out.

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