Ras el Hanout
Moroccan style curry is referred to as Ras el Hanout and like other curries, it can be made from many different ingredients. Translated, Ras el Hanout means ‘top of the shop,' ‘head of the shop,’ or ‘best of the best.’ However you translate it, it means only the finest spices comprise this mixture.
Use this exquisite blend on rice, poultry tagines (a Moroccan stew), couscous, meatballs, and grilled or slow cooked meats.
Nutmeg, sea salt, black pepper, ginger, cardamom, mace, Chinese cinnamon, ground allspice, turmeric, saffron
Flavor of Ras el Hanout
This Moroccan spice blend is sweet-spiced, salted, peppery, eucalyptic, and floral with bitter notes.
Uses of Ras el Hanout
Season rice, couscous, tagines, meatballs, and other meats. For paste, mix equal parts spice, oil, and water.