warm & aromatic with medium heat

Ras-El-Hanout: Morocco's Signature Blend

50 g

Rating: 4.88 out of 5 (8)

Adds warmth and aroma to your recipes. Perfect in soups, stews, roasted vegetables, and meat spice rub.


Cardamom, Chilli Flakes, Cassia Cinnamon, Coriander, Cumin, Ginger, Paprika Sweet, Turmeric

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

✅Gluten Free ✅Keto ✅No Garlic or Onion ✅No Anticaking Agent ✅No Preservatives

Ras el Hanout translates from Arabic to “head of the shop” because it consists of all the best spices in the shop that make it into this blend.

Packed with aromatic and flavoursome spices, this blend will elevate any dish to a whole new level. This signature Middle Eastern spice blend is responsible for the signature flavour of the famous Moroccan Tagine.

Exotic Bazaar's Ras El Hanout blend is made of whole spices. It doesn't contain any fillers or salt. The key spice note in Exotic Bazaar's Ras Ela Hanout is Cardamom- a spice that most blends may not include due to its high price. 

Exotic Bazaar's spice blend follows a traditional recipe, used in authentic tagine dishes in Morocco. If you want to experience the authentic flavours of Morocco, then add Exotic Bazaar's Ras El Hanout to your kitchen pantry.

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.

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews

Can’t wait to try

Jenny Findlay
Maroccan Ras El Hanout Blend

Lovely spicy 👍

Jo-Anne Lindley
Spice is life

I love all the items I've bought from Gila , middle eastern food is part of my life. Before I found exotic bazaar I would have to go from shop to shop to find my ingredients. This is one stop shop for me☺️

Robyn A
Great flavour

We loved this spice and use it lots but think my favourite is with vegetables

Sharon Jacintha
Excellent Ras el Hanout

I bought some of this spice a while back and returned to Exotic Bazaar to buy a KILO.
Is a wonderful spice which you can use in all kinds of dishes, as a rub on your choice of meat, added to your rice, to make a delicious vegetable stir-fry, the possibilities are endless.
This is a mild spice with a fantastic fragrance.


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