What is Baharat?
Baharat is a tempting blend of North African spices and translated from Arabic, and its name means spice. It is not only a trendy spice mix with us, but is used very universally in Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, and Israel, such as the Garam Masala in India. It is a universal seasoning there, so to speak, and is used in everyday cooking.
Baharat the curry of the Orient
The Baharat spice spices many dishes and is quasi a curry variation of the Orient with an intensely aromatic and mild aroma. Every region and every family creates its mix. This mixture is very complex, mixed from warm and sweet, aromatic spices, it tastes piquant, spicy with a hint of sweetness. It has an authentic taste of 1001 nights.
What is Baharat spice used for?
In the Orient, they traditionally use Baharat as a universal spice mixture. This seasoning also goes well with tomato sauces, fish, soup, stew, meat, minced meat, couscous, chicken, vegetables, rice, and much more. Also, try it as a curry and in the lentil soup for a North African touch.
You can also marinate meat with this spice mixture before grilling it. It is suitable as a BBQ spice. To do this, mix our mixture with a little olive oil and lime juice. Put this on your food and let it marinate in the fridge for 4 hours. You will be amazed by this delicate and deep aroma that your grill meat will adopt.
Try braised lamb shanks with this delicious mix of spices. Our Baharat gives the knuckles that special something.
You will also find the other spices you need for this, such as cardamom, cumin, cinnamon, and barberries.
Our delicate Baharat spice mix is mixed from the following spices: nutmeg, cinnamon, garlic, coriander, cardamom, allspice, pepper, cumin, bell pepper, black cumin, cloves.
Allergenic information: It may contain traces of celery and mustard
Are you interested in other spice mixtures in this region? Then try our Ras el Hanout or Berbere.
Storage of spice mix
Please put your spice mixes in airtight containers. I prefer screw-top jars because they can be boiled out comfortably and used forever. Then store your spices and mixtures in a cool and dry place, protected from the sun. The ideal temperature is 15 ° C.