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Chermoula$10.50 – $28.35
Chermoula is used as a marinade or sauce for Moroccan tagines of fish, vegetables, or meats. With its spicy, tangy flavor, substituting Chermoula for pesto or chimichurri on any dish delivers a signature Mediterranean flavor. Mix 1½T spice blend w/1-2 C chopped herbs (cilantro, parsley, mint), 3-4 cloves minced garlic, & 2-3T olive oil for traditional marinade. Retain a few dollops to top dish.
Hand blended in small batches with: sea salt, lemon peel, smoked paprika, cumin, coriander, garlic, ginger, black pepper, Persian lime, Chiles, and saffron.
Coriander-Sumac Sea Salt$9.25 – $25.00
Blends the citrus-floral flavor of Coriander with the bitter-lemony flavor of Sumac. Adds bright tones to your cooking. Pairs well with chicken, fish and vegetables. Use as a table blend or to season while cooking.
Hand blended in small batches with: coriander, sumac and sea salt.
La Kama$10.25 – $27.70
La Kama meaning “the bed” in Darija is the most common spice blend used in Moroccan cooking. Credited by some as originating in Tangiers, its aromatic sweet and warming flavor can be found in a multitude of dishes throughout the Barbary Coast and Middle East.
Use as a dry rub; in marinades, curries, and soups; or with lentils, couscous, rice or other grains.
Hand blended in small batches with: turmeric, ginger, white pepper, cinnamon, pepper, nutmeg, and allspice.
Moroccan Breakfast Spice$10.25 – $27.65
Start your morning right with this exotic oatmeal, featuring Turmeric, Ceylon Cinnamon and Ginger. Stir in 1t spice per half cup oatmeal, after cereal begins to boil. Top with honey, dates, nuts, fresh fruit… to taste. Enjoy!
Hand blended in small batches with: Ceylon cinnamon, ginger, turmeric, and a bit of clove.
Nigella (Black Cumin)$9.25 – $25.00
Nijella – the seeds of Nigella sativa – are also known as kalonji or black cumin. Used primarily as a spice in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisines.
Use in curries and salads or with vegetables, legumes, and poultry. Nigella adds flavors akin to onion, black pepper and oregano with a mustard-like bitterness.
Out of Africa Gift Box$35.00
Out of Africa
Tastes of Morocco, Tunisia, & Ethiopia
— Berbere —
Fiery & comforting chili blend from Ethiopia, known as the main flavoring in Wat Stew.
— Chermoula —
Complex, layered mélange of precious spices. mix with fresh herbs to make a Moroccan marinade for sea food or chicken.
— Harissa —
Tunisian chili blend with depth from caraway & peppermint. Add for heat or make a paste to use as a condiment.
— La Kama —
Sweet, floral curry from Morocco, used in tagines and on meats & vegetables.
Lovely striped Kraft gift box contains these four unique spices in our standard jars, recipes, and the above message, tied with a Local Spicery bow.
Persian Lime$8.10 – $11.50
Also called Loomi, Omani, and Black Lemons, Persian Limes are a unique middle-eastern flavoring, delivering intense sour and bitter citrus flavor without the sweetness of the fresh fruit.
Use to flavor seafood, vegetables, or meat dishes. Delivers intense citrus bitterness and sour flavors without the sweetness of the fresh fruit.
Persian Lime Pepper$10.25 – $27.70
A twist on the classic American blend, Lemon Pepper, Persian Lime Pepper introduces the tangy citrus flavoring of Persian Lime with aromatic, floral Lemon Peel and ground Black Peppercorns. This blend has no added salt. Use as a seasoning or dry rub on fish, poultry or vegetables.
Hand blended in small batches with: pepper, lemon peel, Persian lime, garlic, marjoram, and oregano.
Saffron, the stigma from the blue-flowering crocus, is always hand-picked; a gram of Saffron can be between 200 and 500 stigmas. No wonder Saffron is the most expensive spice in the world!
Saffron is one of the few spices whose quality has been defined by the International Standards Organization (ISO) based on its color, aroma, and flavor. Our Saffron has been rated grade 1 in all three categories. Standard jar contains a one-gram pouch.
Use just a tiny bit to add color and flavor to paella, rice, sauces and seafood dishes.
Sesame Seeds, Toasted$7.25 – $19.60
Believed to be the first seasoning ever recorded, the Sesame Seed dates back to 3000 B.C. According to legend, Sesame Seeds were brought to America by the African Slaves and quickly became popular with Southern cooking.
Use in Asian and Middle Eastern dishes, salads, baked goods recipes, or sprinkle on steamed vegetables. Mix ground Toasted Sesame Seed with sea salt and use as a condiment.
Sumac$10.50 – $28.35
This spice comes from the dried berries of a native wild bush in the Mediterranean, and is traditionally added to North African, Middle Eastern, and Southern Mediterranean dishes.
Sprinkle over fish, poultry, salad dressings, rice, or even over raw onions to add a lemony flavor. As a souring agent, Sumac can be used to replace fresh squeezed lemon juice in many recipes.