Ras el Hanout

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Originating in Morocco this popular mix of herbs and spices is widely used across the Middle East and North Africa. The translation of the name is "head of the shop." In the Arab world this spice has the reputation of being at the pinnacle of all spice blends. Traditionally it has been the best spice mix a seller has to offer. We are proud to add it to our lineup. Ingredients: saffron stigma, mild paprika, cumin, ginger, coriander seed, cassia, turmeric, fennel seed, allspice, green cardamom seed, whole dill seed, galangal, nutmeg, rosebud powder, bay leaves, caraway seed, cayenne pepper, clove, mace, cubeb pepper, brown cardamom, lavender flowers, orris root. AS A RUB: Ras el hanout is an extremely versatile spice mix. Use it on chicken, vegetables, and casseroles. Sprinkle it onto chicken, fish, or lamb before pan-frying or grilling on your barbecue or under the broiler. You will love the mild, aromatic spiciness of the finished foods using this delicious mixture. Remember: this rub is salt-free, gluten-free, msg-free and preservative-free.
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INGREDIENTS:
Saffron, paprika, cumin, ginger, coriendar seed, cassia, tumeric, fennel, allspice, green cardamon, dill, gelangel, nutmeg, rosebud, bay leaf, caraway seed, cayanne, clove, mace, cubeb, pepper, lavender, orris root.
NUTRITION:
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MSDS:
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ALLERGENSTATEMENT:
-
COA:
-
FIDS:
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SPEC:
-
GLUTEN FREE:
No
KOSHER:
No
ORGANIC:
No
ALCOHOL FREE:
No
MADE IN USA:
Yes
PG FREE:
No
FLAVOR:
Ras El Hanout
FORM:
Powder
TYPE:
Middle Easdtern
SUGGESTED USES:
Curry
NON_GMO:
-
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9 Reviews

  • 5
    Ras el Hanout

    Posted by Nancy on Sep 25th 2018

    Delicious on chicken and fish and on cooked vegetables!

  • 5
    Warm Moroccan spice blend

    Posted by Martha A Tripp on May 16th 2018

    Some ras el hanout has a harsh cinnamon flavor. This is warm and smooth.

  • 5
    Used on Cornish Game hen

    Posted by Linda F. Bergfeld on Dec 28th 2017

    I made a Cornish Game Gen & used this seasoning along w/ fresh herbs & lemon. It wasn't to bad, but maybe not the right kind of meat for this seasoning

  • 5
    Used on Cornish Game hen

    Posted by Linda F. Bergfeld on Dec 28th 2017

    I made a Cornish Game Gen & used this seasoning along w/ fresh herbs & lemon. It wasn't to bad, but maybe not the right kind of meat for this seasoning

  • 5
    great spice blend

    Posted by Diana on Oct 25th 2016

    my favorite spice blend

  • 5
    no added salt, great!

    Posted by Kerry M on Apr 4th 2016

    no added salt, great!

  • 5
    Delicious, subtle spice for a Mediterranean Taste

    Posted by Sally on Dec 15th 2015

    This spice blend is extremely delicious. It is 'warm' and savory, not 'hot'. The spice blend is fantastic on roasted vegetables, especially squash and beets, very nice on chicken and fish, and good in scrambled eggs. I made a roasted butternut squash lasagna using the Ras At Hanout to season the squash before baking and it was a big hit with lunch guests. Just a lovely deep flavor, good on just about anything! Highly recommended.

  • 5
    Ras el Hanout

    Posted by William on Mar 30th 2013

    I am very pleased to serve my baked chicken recipe to friends. I use the Ras el Hanout with bread crumbs and parmesan cheese. I make a wet rub first with spicy mustard and apricot jelly.

  • 4
    ras el hanout

    Posted by Patti on Aug 2nd 2011

    Great product. Really helping me expand my Moroccan cuisine.

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