Sumac

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Description

Sumacs bright, fruity, lemony flavor is lovely on fish, chicken and rice dishes. Its deep red color makes it a beautiful garnish for hummus or other bean dips. Try some on toasted bread drizzled with extra virgin olive oil, or use in a middle eastern fattoush salad. Delicious and unique, sumac is a spice you wont stop using!
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Additional Information

INGREDIENTS:
Ground sumac
NUTRITION:
-
MSDS:
-
ALLERGENSTATEMENT:
-
COA:
-
FIDS:
-
SPEC:
-
GLUTEN FREE:
No
KOSHER:
No
ORGANIC:
No
ALCOHOL FREE:
No
MADE IN USA:
Yes
PG FREE:
No
FLAVOR:
Sumac
FORM:
Powder
TYPE:
Middle Easdtern
SUGGESTED USES:
Cooking
NON_GMO:
-
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5 Reviews

  • 5
    Sumac Spice

    Posted by Vickie Epps on Jul 5th 2018

    Ordering was easy. Took longer than I thought to arrive .It was well packaged ,fresh ,and wonderful product. Very happy with it, will shop again.

  • 5
    Great buy

    Posted by Joseph on Dec 26th 2015

    Fresh flavor , a great value and fast shipping

  • 5
    Underrated Seasoning

    Posted by Christopher on Sep 1st 2014

    Ive been liberally sprinkling sumac on my Mediterranean food for many years now. Its a subtle lemony spice that is extremely versatile either in marinades or used at the table...or both. This version is as good as youll find at your favorite Lebanese or Turkish restaurant. Its just tart enough to impart its flavor but it wont overpower. Its great in soups on grilled food like meat fish or vegetables added to rice and water before steaming or sprinkled on scrambled eggs. Try it mixed with a little salt and vegetable or grapeseed oil. Use that to marinate boneless skinless chicken thighs (substitute zaatar or ras el hanout as desired). Grill and serve over basmati rice.

  • 5
    Awesome!

    Posted by Patricia on Sep 1st 2014

    This sumac is wonderful. It is hard to find and this is the freshest I have ever purchased. Use it in salad dressing lamb burgers pilaf kebabs sprinkle on hummus...and a whole host of other dishes!

  • 5
    Fresh and flavorful

    Posted by Susan on Feb 16th 2014

    I have only tasted this so far and find it fresh-looking fresh-tasting tart and flavorful. The recipes that Ive found say to rub it on chicken which sounds good but Im also planning to sprinkle it on Swai or Tilapia before baking -- they are very mild-tasing fish and I think the Sumac will be just the thing to perk them up. The Sumac has a lemony flavor which should go well with most any fish.

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