Sumac Salt & Pepper Blend - 115g
Origin: Persia, Turkey.
Profile: Tangy, Sour, Fruity, Salty.
Uses: Grilled meat, a garnish for dips and salads, sprinkled over rice.
Fun facts: The name sumac means “red” in medieval French, Latin, and Syrian languages. In addition to popular use as a spice, sumac was used to tan hides and is sometimes referred to as tanner’s sumac. This is a great substitute in dishes where you would normally use lemon.
At Never Not Eating we are grounded in the cultural and culinary contexts of the spice blends we have handcrafted, with respect and reverence to those who have cooked before us.
Our chef-inspired spice blends are designed to inspire you with the flavours of the Middle East and North Africa and bring these flavours to your table. We have done all the work for you sourcing and crafting the freshest spice blends so you can recreate a bold flavoured restaurant-quality meal at home to transport you to somewhere more exotic.
Bon appetit, בתיאבון, بالعافية!