Middle East Collection

  • Baharat, Ras El Hanut, and Za'Atar Spices.

  • Baharat:  Baharat means “spice” in Arabic and is an all-purpose Middle Eastern blend. It adds flavor to rice or curries and can be used, with a little olive oil, to make a delicious rub for meat, chicken or fish.

    Contents:  Paprika, black pepper, cumin, cinnamon, cloves and other herbs and spices.

    Za’atar:  Ground sumac and lemon peel give this Middle Eastern staple its distinctive earthy, rustic flavor.  Sprinkle on pita bread or hummus, or add it to olive oil for a distinctive bread dip.  

    Contents:  Sumac, sesame seeds, salt, canola oil and other herbs and spices.

    Ras El Hanout:  This Moroccan favorite is a complex blend of savory, spicy and sweet flavors. Use it to add exotic flavor to couscous, vegetables and meat casseroles, or sprinkle a little in your favorite coffee drink. 

    Contents:  Black pepper, cumin, garlic, coriander, paprika, cardamom, turmeric, cayenne, ginger and other herbs and spices.