Baharat is the Arabic name for “spice mixture” and features in Arabic cuisine predominately in the Gulf States and Northern Africa. Also referred to as Lebanese 7 Spice. Baharat is a fragrant and exotic blend of spices which varies from region throughout the Middle East. Baharat is not a hot spice but has a warming character predominately from the pepper, cumin, cloves and cardamom. It is well suited to whole joints of meat or cutlets, steaks and chicken breasts. Apply Baharat liberally with olive oil to choice of meat– Allow the spice mix to permeate the meat for 30 minutes prior to slow roasting. Baharat adds a fragrant earthiness to braised lamb dishes or rice, lentil, bean or chickpea casseroles and vegetables such as grilled tomatoes or sautéed spinach.
Contains-Coriander, Black Pepper, Cumin, Cloves, Sweet Paprika, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Cardamom, Sea Salt