Sumac

Ground from tart berries, tart-and-fruity sumac is a souring agent used throughout the Middle East. Consider it a “dry” acid to add zip to your basic morning eggs (fried eggs with sumac and za’atar) or our Sumac-Spiced Chicken (Musakhan).

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  • 1.9 oz
  • Perhaps the least used but most important spice to have in your pantry
  • It is a dried and ground red berry grown in the Middle East
  • Both fruity and sour, often used in place of lemon
  • Can be used on almost anything from morning eggs to fish, vegetables and dressing



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