Tabil is probably Tunisia's best-known spice blend. It is a highly aromatic blend of cassia cinnamon, aniseed, coriander, pepper, nutmeg, cayenne, fennel, cloves, rock salt (11%) and ginger. This spice combination is mainly used in the Tunisian kitchen for grilled food. She also refines soups, couscous and stews.
Tunisian cuisine is known for its finely spiced dishes and this spice preparation reflects the culinary skills. It has a beautiful sharpness of Cayenne, the warmth and earthy aroma of cinnamon and nutmeg and the floral scent of carnations.
Tabil is very universally applicable, because you just fall in love with this mix and want to use it everywhere. It refines vegetables, especially sweet potatoes and eggplants. Sprinkle these and then put them under the grill. You will be enthusiastic. Even better tastes Tabil to carrots.
Put 1 tsp unstable in a little olive oil and sprinkle with a flat bread before baking.
Tabil also refines beans, chicken, baked fish, scrambled eggs, hummus, braised lamb, soups and stews. A total highlight are popcorn with Tabil in the evening with a great movie on the couch. I say it can be addictive.
Ingredients: Cassia cinnamon, aniseed, coriander, pepper, nutmeg, cayenne, fennel, cloves, rock salt (11%), ginger.
Allergens: May contain traces of celery and mustard.
Storage of spice mixtures
Please refill all of your spice blends and spices into well-sealed containers. Glasses are best for storing spice blends. Store your containers protected from the sun, dark, dry and cool (15 ° C).