Bring the flavours of North Africa into your home with the fairly traded Moroccan Harissa Chilli & Spice grinder … Great with chickpeas, tagines, couscous, apricots, almonds, lamb or chicken and most grilled foods.
Chilli, salt, caraway, cumin, coriander seed, garlic, mint and coriander leaves: a classic North African blend. Great in traditional Tagines with chicken, lamb, pork, young goat or game fish. Try chickpeas, onions and garlic flavoured with prune and apricot, almonds and date. Serve on steamed coucous or rice with a tall glass of cold lime and mint water. Excellent on roast root vegetables, butternut squash or pumpkin.
- A versatile spice blend
- A spice grinder with chilli, salt, caraway, cumin, coriander seed, garlic, mint and coriander leaves
- Enhances your cooking with the unique flavours of African cuisine
- Fresh flavour is released with every twist of the grinder
- Great in traditional tagines with chicken, lamb and pork
INGREDIENTS: Chilli, sea salt, caraway, cumin, coriander seed, garlic, mint, coriander leaves.
Vegetarian and Vegan friendly.
Posted by Colin on 16th Feb 2018
This is a tasty spice mix, and I like it. I added some to humous on toast. I shall do that again, and try it in a tagine. But the main ingredients of all the other brands I've used have been paprika and roast capsicum, both absent from this blend, so I no longer feel I know what harissa actually is! Either way, a warning: the built-in grinder is so coarse most of the ingredients slip straight through whole. I don't see it matters, but if you do want it ground you're going to need a separate device.
Posted by Unknown on 7th Apr 2016
This is the best harissa I've ever used, it completely out-classes the paste and ready-ground spice
Posted by Unknown on 26th Feb 2016
WE REGARD THIS AS VITAL! A COUPLE OF GRINDS WHEN COOKING FISH, CHICKEN, RICE OR VEGETABLES THIS BLEND IS PERFECT. IT ENLIVENS EVERYTHING. WE HATE TO BE WITHOUT IT.
Full of flavour
Posted by Jo shaw on 2nd Jun 2015
This is the second time I have bought this. I use it on all types of food. Slow cooked beef, salads, pasta, and soups. It's very versatile