Use Shawarma Seasoning as a dry rub: Mix the seasoning with salt (if you prefer) and rub over meat or veggies before grilling or roasting.
Use Shawarma Seasoning as a baste with oil: Blending Shawarma Seasoning with a little olive oil and brush meat every 15 to 30 minutes as it roasts to keep it juicy.
Use Shawarma Seasoning as a marinade: Try 1 cup of yogurt, 3 Tbsp. lemon juice, and 2 to 3 Tbsp. of Shawarma Seasoning as a marinade. If you’ve got the time, we recommend marinating this mixture overnight.
Use Shawarma Seasoning as an all-purpose seasoning: We love this sprinkled over potatoes or veggies before roasting, mixed into a BBQ sauce for all-purpose dipping, and mixed into ground beef or lamb for a take on Middle-Eastern Kofta.
Shawarma Seasoning Q&A
What is shawarma seasoning?
Shawarma seasoning is an authentic Middle Eastern and African spice blend that's most commonly used to make chicken shawarma, beef shawarma or to season lamb.
What ingredients are in shawarma seasoning?
Shawarma seasoning ingredients typically include coriander, sugar, cumin, pepper, cardamom, paprika, cinnamon, garlic, turmeric, chile peppers and nutmeg.
How do you use shawarma seasoning
Use shawarma seasoning on lamb, chicken or beef to make authentic shawarma street food. You can also use shawarma seasoning as a baste with oil, a marinade or an all-purpose seasoning, as mentioned above.
You can also find more Lamb Seasonings & Spices here.