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Ground Sumac Berries

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Ground Sumac Berries are used to enhance the flavor of your recipes, similar to how salt does. Because of that, sumac spice is great in homemade marinades & dressings, as well for rubbing on meats. Dried sumac seasoning has a bit of a tart sumac taste, and pairs well with many other herbs and spices.


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Sumac Q & A


What is sumac spice?

Sumac spice is a reddish-purple berry found on wild bushes in the Middle East. It's a popular seasoning, whether dried berries or ground sumac, in Middle Eastern cooking.

What does sumac taste like?

Sumac is tart, fruity & lemony, with a slight sweetness and a hint of floral notes.

How do I use sumac in cooking?

Use ground sumac when cooking to help bring out, or enhance, the flavor in your foods (kind of similar to salt)!

Is sumac edible?

Sumac berries used for culinary purposes are edible, unlike the poisonous sumac plant which is unrelated.

Cooking With Sumac


Sumac berries are picked, dried and ground into a coarse powder before being used in the cooking process. This powder is used to flavor salad dressings, meats, rice dishes and kebobs. Sumac can also be mixed with other vegetables such as onions and used as a condiment. Before the Romans learned of lemons, they used sumac for its sour and pleasantly astringent taste. They called it Syrian sumac.

Other Names


Rhus coriaria

Sumach

Summak

Lamb chop: Brush lamb with olive oil, season with salt, pepper, and sumac before roasting.

Scallops: Sprinkle 1/2 tsp. over 1 pound of scallops after searing to add a citrus note.


Dietary Information

MSG-Free

Dairy-Free

Gluten-Free

Onion-Free

Garlic-Free

Black Pepper-Free

Corn-Free

Capsicum-Free

Sweetener-Free

Sugar-Free

Sesame-Free

Vegetarian

Vegan