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Baharat means “spice” in Arabic and is an all-purpose Middle Eastern blend. It is also known as Lebanese Allspice. Like curries, there are many variations. Our version has a little heat to it, about a 3 on a scale of 1 to 10. Since it is an all-purpose blend, you can try Baharat in many dishes.
It’s traditionally used in kibbeh and to flavor ground meats, stews, and soups. Used sparingly, it can be sprinkled on fish before grilling. Try on lamb or as a dry marinade on your next roast. For a dry marinade, rub seasoning thoroughly into the roast and refrigerate for one hour, then cook.
Spanish paprika, Lampong peppercorns, Indonesian cinnamon, coriander, cumin, cloves, ginger, cayenne, cardamom, nutmeg.
Flavor of Baharat
This salt-free Middle-Eastern seasoning is bittersweet, peppery, sweet-spiced, and earthy with medium low heat.
Uses of Baharat
Season meats, fish, and veggies. Add to soups and stews. For paste, mix equal parts spice, oil, and hot water and use as a base for sauces.