Use this exquisite blend on rice, poultry tagines (a Moroccan stew), couscous, meatballs, and grilled or slow cooked meats.
Ras el Hanout Q&A
What is Ras el Hanout seasoning?
Ras el Hanout seasoning is a blend of classic Moroccan spices, like nutmeg, salt, pepper, ginger, cardamom, mace, cinnamon, ground, turmeric and Moroccan saffron. "Ras el Hanout" translates to "head of the shop" or "top shelf" in Arabic.
What does Ras el Hanout taste like?
Ras el Hanout tastes sweet and spicy in flavor, a bit similar to other curry powders. It's also peppery, floral and bitter in taste.
How to use Ras el Hanout?
Use Ras el Hanout to make Ras el Hanout Curry Masala, Ras el Hanout Chicken or Moroccan Chicken Tagine Stew. You can also use Ras el Hanout to make a curry paste, or as a seasoning for rice, couscous and meat.