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Sumac Spice (60g)- Limited Time Only

Sumac Spice (60g)- Limited Time Only

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Sumac Spice

A Natural Anti-Oxidant Rich Spice


Sumac is a plant flower that is light burgundy colour. After harvesting and drying the flower then it is coarsely grind and used as a spice as is or mixed with other spices.

"Sumac is a widely used Mediterranean spice with a bright burgundy color & tart lemony flavor It can be used in different recipes, sprinkled on or used as dry rub. The sumac bush, native to the Middle East, produces deep red berries, which are dried and ground into coarse powder. The spice was long used in Europe to add tartness to many dishes until the Romans introduced lemons to the area. While it's less common, the berries may also be sold whole. Ground sumac is a versatile spice with a tangy lemony flavour although more balanced and less tart than lemon juice. A small sprinkle also adds a beautiful pop of color to any dish" -Wikepedia

Sumac Spice has an earthy tarty sour taste resembling dried cranberry flakes.

Sumac is very high on ORAC chart which ranks food antioxidant capacity and therefore has the ability to neutralize the free radicals that can cause cancer, heart disease and signs of aging. Additionally it has anti-inflammatory benefits.

To Use:
  • Spice blends, dry rubs, salads, vegetables, grilled lamb, chicken & fish, ...
  • Great marinade
  • makes a killer dressing
  • Spribkle on hummus, eggs, yogurt, ...
  • Make sumac lemonade
  • Great tenderizer
  • Traditionally used on roasted vegetables, kebabs, meats, rubs, ...
  • Can replace lemon or vinegar in recipes
  • Brew and drink the tea (taste similar to Hibiscus tea)for it's antioxidant properties

Sumac flower spice

Store ground sumac in an airtight container, away from heat and light

Shelf life:
2 years
Note: the product doesn't go bad after 2 years, it will just loose aroma and color

Product of Iran

Sumac Recipes:

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