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Sumac is a spice native to the Middle East and Italy that is slowly making its way into Western cuisine.
It is also used to make zaatar, a Lebanese spice blend of roasted sesame seeds and thyme, which is used to season meat, fish and vegetable dishes.
It is a condiment obtained from dry brick red berries that grow on a shrub (Rhus Coriaria) of the same family as the pistachio.
This fruity, tangy spice has been used since ancient times in the Middle East and is an excellent substitute for lemon and vinegar.
It is used daily in Lebanese, Syrian, Iranian and Turkish cuisine.
Sumac is a volatile spice that should be added to a hot dish at the last minute.
It is ideal for your meat, fish and vegetable dishes.
Flavors lamb skewers, beef meatballs, shrimp, scallops, cucumber and quinoa salads, omelettes, spinach, homemade bread, and adds a sweet and sour twist to chutney and other apple compotes and fruit salads.
Ingredients : * Sumac (Rhus coriaria)
* product of organic agriculture
Jar / Bag saves freshness
Keep in a cool and dry place, away from heat sources and away from light
Sumac is a fairly high sodium spice. Salt should therefore be used sparingly when using sumac.
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