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Chermoula is a fragrant, piquant spice mix from the kitchens of Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia. Chermoula is a versatile, not-too-hot blend of earthy cumin and turmeric, sweet paprika and classic Mediterranean herbs. Typically used as a North African marinade for grilled fish or in seafood tagines, chermoula is also great with meat, poultry and vegetables. Or mix it with yogurt, sour cream or extra virgin olive oil and lemon juice to use as a bright dipping sauce.
Grains of Paradise, also known as Melegueta pepper or Guinea pepper, is a rare spice indigenous to the coastal regions of West Africa, from Sierra Leone to Angola. The Melegueta plant, however, is not related to the pepper vine but is a member of the ginger family. The sphere-like seeds of Grains of Paradise look very much like cardamom seeds. (Cardamom is also a member of the ginger family.) Grains of Paradise has a pungent flavor with a peppery bite and hints of cardamom and camphor
Homemade Curry Powder - Curry powder is actually a blend of up to 20 spices, herbs & seeds. Widely used in Indian cooking, authentic Indian curry powder is freshly ground each day & will vary dramatically depending on the region & the cook. This is my original curry powder recipe. Easy to make & tastes extremely better than the commercial curry powder you buy in the supermarket. Use in any recipe that calls for curry powder.
Handblended, handroasted and handground using the freshest of spices Unique blend to Spice Kitchen Ras el hanout is a North African spice mix, originally meaning "head of the shop" in Arabic. The blend is a key ingredient for making Moroccan tagines (a North African ceramic slow cooker with a conical lid). Ras El Hanout adds a real depth of flavour, especially when added to meat or vegetables and cooked slowly on the hob or in the oven.