Usage:Use it to flavor couscous, vegetables and meat casseroles
Ingredients:Allspice, Cumin, Black Peppercorns, Ground Cardamom, Cayenne Pepper, Ground Cinnamon, Ground Cloves, Lavender, Ground Cardamom, Ground Coriander, Ginger, Mace, Ground Nutmeg, Spices, & Less than 2% Silicon Dioxide to Prevent Caking
Lovely spicy base
Posted by Suri Friedman on 27th Aug 2017
More than 20 years ago, I visited Morrocco and brought home the elements to make my own ras el hanout. This mixture is somewhat hotter, and not as fragrant, but it makes a lovely base for roasted vegetables and chicken.
Come winter, I expect to use it in grains and stews
Raz el Hanout
Posted by Kevin on 18th Jun 2012
I love this stuff. I use it quite a bit.
goes great with Harissa & preserved lemons.
also great mixed in w/eggs before scrambling.
great in salads...like cucumbers and mangoes cut into pieces with lemon juice, salt, and a little raz el hanout on it. you can put a little sugar in it, too, if you want. goes great w/saffron, too.
and of course, lamb or chicken.