Smoky, spicy, aromatic, vibrant.

Harissa - North African Blend

50 g

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Sprinkle on roasted vegetables, rub onto grilled meats, stir into soups and stews, blend into hummus, mix into yogurt for a zesty dip, or add to couscous and rice dishes for an extra kick.

AU$8.30
 
AU$8.30

Caraway Ground, Cayenne Powder, Chilli Powder Hot, Coriander Ground, Cumin Ground, Garlic Powder, Sweet Paprika, Fine Himalayan Salt Granules

Processed in the same facility that processes nuts, sesame seeds and other allergens so minimum exposure may occur.

✅Gluten Free ✅Keto ✅No Onion ✅No Anticaking Agent ✅No Preservatives ❌Contains Garlic

Awaken your culinary creations with our Harissa Spice Blend, a vibrant and fiery mix that embodies the rich flavours of North Africa. This versatile blend combines the heat of sun-dried chilli peppers with an aromatic symphony of garlic, coriander, cumin, and caraway seeds, expertly balanced to add depth and complexity to any dish.

Our Harissa Spice Blend is crafted with the highest quality ingredients, ensuring each spoonful delivers a burst of authentic flavour. The smoky, spicy notes are perfectly complemented by a hint of sweetness, making it an ideal seasoning for grilled meats, roasted vegetables, soups, and stews. It also makes a delightful addition to marinades, sauces, and dips, transforming ordinary recipes into extraordinary meals.

Whether you’re a seasoned chef or a home cook, our Harissa Spice Blend is your passport to a world of exotic flavours. Experience the essence of traditional North African cuisine and elevate your dishes to new heights with this essential spice blend. Spice up your pantry and let your taste buds embark on a delicious adventure with every sprinkle.

Frequently asked question

Exotic Bazaar spice blends are made from fresh whole spices that are certified and are sourced responsibly. They are blended in Australia in a HACCP certified facility. We refrain from using extra salt, additives, or anti caking agents.

Middle Eastern spices are typically mild and aromatic. Depends on the
region, the amount of heat in the spice blends could vary. The most used spices
in Middle Eastern spice blends include: turmeric, black pepper,
cinnamon, cumin, caraway, paprika, cardamom, sumac, and saffron.

Herbs also are used widely in the spice blends. Herbs that are identifiable
to Middle Eastern cuisine are: mint, thyme, tarragon, marjoram.

Yes - None of our spice blends have any added sugar or carbohydrates so you can rest assured that you can enjoy amazing flavours without risking getting your body out of the ketosis state.

We understand working with new blends and flavours can be a little intimidating. But rest assured that we are here to show you a new world of flavours.

We have plenty of recipes on out blog, also when you shop with us and subscribe to our mailing list, we will send you tailored recipes so you can add many new recipes to your home menu.

Alternatively follow us on social media for more inspiration. Look for Exotic Bazaar Food & Culture wherever you get your content.

Because Exotic Bazaar spice blends are gounded fresh and blended in Australia, it means that you will receive these spices at their freshest form. Exotic Bazaar spices will stay fresher that most spices in the market.

There will be at least 12 months until the best before.

Absolutely! Almost all of Exotic Bazaar spice blends are suitable to people on low FODMAP diet.

There will be a sticker next to the spice. The list of ingredients also help you find which blends are suitable for you.

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