Ras El Hanout

$7.00

Traduit librement, ce mélange d’origine marocaine signifie le haut de l’armoire, autrement dit ce que le commerçant a de mieux à offrir. Les recettes de ras-el-hanout varient donc beaucoup d’un fabricant à l’autre, chacun gardant secrète la sienne propre. Le nôtre contient 23 ingrédients. On se sert du ras-el-hanout entre autres pour aromatiser les couscous, tajines, l’agneau et la cuisine végétarienne.

 

In Morocco, ras el hanout means « the top of the cupboard ». Translation : this is the spice mix that we store preciously and bring out only in special occasions.Actually, the ras el hanout is a complex mix that can be made up with several dozens of different ingredients. Ours is made up with 23 of them. Ras el hanout is used in plenty of dishes, but specially in couscous, braised vegetables and fish.It is mixed at the very end of cooking only because of its floral components.In Maracco, ras el hanout means « the top of the cupboard ». Translation : this is the spice mix that we store preciously and bring out only in special occasions.Actually, the ras el hanout is a complex mix that can be made up with several dozens of different ingredients. Ours is made up with 22 of them. Ras el hanout is used in plenty of dishes, but specially in couscous, braised vegetables and fish.It is mixed at the very end of cooking only because of its floral components.

Description

Cumin, gingembre, poivre noir, graines de coriandre, cannelle, graines de fenouil, muscade, cardamome, graines d’aneth, piment de la Jamaïque, carvi, galanga, clous de girofle, macis, laurier, safran, pétales de rose, lavande, curcuma.

Cumin, ginger, black pepper, coriander seeds, cinnamon, fennel seeds, nutmeg, cardamom, dill seeds, allspice, caraway, galangal, cloves, mace, bay leaves, saffron, rose petals, lavender, turmeric.

50 g

 

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