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Baharat - Organic Arabic Spice Blend 48g

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Organic Baharat Arabic Spice Blend Standard 48g £2.60

Flavours:Pungent

Cuisine:Middle Eastern


Contents:Organic
, Vegan
, Sugar free
, Salt free


Baharat - Organic Arabic Spice Blend 48g

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Steenbergs Organic Baharat Spice Mix is based on a traditional general spice mix used throughout the Near East or Levant, especially the Lebanon, Syria, Turkey and Palestine.  In fact baharat means spices in Arabic.  In the Levant, Steenbergs Organic Baharat is used on almost everything from lamb and mutton to fish.  Steenbergs Organic Baharat version is a Tunisian style recipe. 


Steenbergs Organic Baharat contains (amongst other ingredients) organic paprika , organic black pepper , organic cumin and organic cloves and organic cardamom powder.  Try it rubbed onto chicken drumsticks for an Arabian inspired alternative to standard roasted chicken drumsticks.  Steenbergs Organic Baharat is part of the Steenbergs range of organic Arabic blends.


Spice ingredients for Steenbergs Organic Baharat Spice Mix - organic paprika ( pimenton), organic ground black pepper , organic ground cumin powder , organic cassia , organic ground cloves powder , organic ground nutmeg powder , organic ground cardamom , organic ground coriander powder

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