Spice Spotlight: Harissa Seasoning
What’s The Story?
Literally translated as “head of shop,” legend has it this Moroccan blend was created by North African spice dealers who would mix together the best of what they had —sometimes up to 50 individual ingredients.
What’s in Harissa Seasoning?
Often you’ll see cardamom, clove, cinnamon, coriander, cumin, and paprika. Check out our’s here.
What’s it taste like?
Earthy and warm without being overly spicy.
How to Cook With Harissa Seasoning?
We like it added to rice/couscous dishes, dusted on roasted chicken breast or thighs, mixed with goat cheese and stuffed into bacon-wrapped dates, or as a new secret ingredient in your your boring old beef stew.
Want more detailed Harissa recipes? Check this one out: