Tabil: culinary use
Tunisian cuisine is known for its delicately spiced dishes, and this spice blend Tabil reflects the culinary skill. It has a beautiful spiciness of cayenne, the warmth, and the earthy aroma of Ceylon cinnamon and nutmeg as well as the floral scent of cloves.
Tabil can be used very universally because you fall in love with this mixture and want to use it everywhere. It refines vegetables, especially sweet potatoes and eggplants. Sprinkle them and then put them under the grill. You will be enthusiastic. Tabil tastes even better with carrots.
Put one teaspoon of tabil in a little olive oil and spread it on a flatbread before baking it.
Tabil also refines beans, chicken, baked fish, scrambled eggs, hummus, braised lamb, soups, and stews. In the evening, try popcorn with tabil while watching a great film on the couch. I say you can get addicted to it.
Ingredients: Cassia cinnamon ground, anise spice, coriander ground, black pepper ground, nutmeg ground, cayenne, fennel, cloves ground, rock salt (11%), ginger spice ground.
Allergens: May contain traces of celery and mustard.
Tunisia is one of the smallest countries in the Mediterranean and located in northern Africa. Geographically, it is a very diverse country. Not only the eastern end of the Atlas Mountains but also the north foothills of the Sahara have topographical features.
The Mediterranean basin is known for its mild, rainy winters and hot, dry summers, which allow the region's forests, forests and bush vegetation to thrive. Olive trees thrive not only in Italy but throughout the Mediterranean. Like all countries in the Mediterranean, Tunisia also offers a "summer kitchen" based mainly on olive oil, vegetables such as tomatoes, spices, seafood, and meat.
Storage of spice mixes
Please fill all your spice blends and spices into easily sealable containers. Jars are best for storing spice mixes. Then place your containers protected from the sun, dark, dry, and cold (15 ° C).