$6.50 – $21.00
Exotic substitute for Pepper with an aromatic hint of Allspice. This “comet tailed pepper” was popular in the Middle Ages and is said to have many health benefits. Add a fresh grind to meats, cheese, and veggies, or try in curries and soups. Also known as Java Pepper.
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Sumac$5.50 – $18.00
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.
Turmeric$5.75 – $18.75
A member of the Ginger family, this bright yellow powder is also known as Indian Saffron. It is the spice that gives Curry Powder its distinctive color. Recent research suggests that Turmeric may have medicinal properties.
Use in curries, pickles, relish, salads, fish, chicken, eggs, and rice. Try some mixed in with your tuna salad or deviled eggs for a little change. Pairs well with prepared mustard.
Za’atar$5.50 – $18.00
Za’atar (also spelled Zatar, Zahtar) is an aromatic blend used in the Middle East, featuring Sesame Seed, Sumac, Coriander and Thyme with a touch of Sea Salt. It’s especially popular in Turkey, Jordan, and North Africa. Use on everything ~ meats, roasted potatoes and vegetables, mix with olive oil as a dip, or sprinkle on hummus. Za’atar has a unique zesty, herb flavor deserving of a tabletop place next to salt and pepper.
Moroccan Breakfast Spice$6.50 – $21.00
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!
Curry Gift Box$30.00
Curry, from the Tamil word Kari, meaning sauce, generally refers to a dish cooked in a blend of aromatic spices. Although originally from the Indian Subcontinent, Curries are culturally significant throughout Asia, Africa & the Caribbean.
To prepare a simple curry sauce:
Chop onions (plus shallots and/or garlic as desired), and sauté on medium heat in olive oil until softened.
Add a curry spice blend to achieve the level of spiciness you desire.
Add chopped tomato, if desired, and cook until soft.
Add a liquid or combination of liquids, (coconut milk, stock, yogurt, tea infusions or water).
Pour over your preferred meat and/or vegetables in a casserole dish. Cover and place in a 375° oven until cooked, usually around 45 minutes.
Lovely striped Kraft gift box contains four unique curry spices (Vadouvan, Madras, Bo-Kaap, La Kama) in our standard jars. Gift is complete with a tailored message (above) and tied with a Local Spicery bow.