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Harissa Seasoning

Chili kick with a citrus twist.

Harissa Seasoning
Harissa Seasoning, Ground

Just as the flavor of sriracha maintains a severely loyal fan base, so too, does the bright and spicy harissa. The North African spice is a staple in Tunisia, Libya and Algeria, and is widely used in Morocco, many European countries and in a variety of Middle Eastern dishes.

Rich with notes of chiles, coriander, cumin, garlic and lemon, harissa enhances food with a complex flavor and mild kick. Very much like sriracha, it is used in stews, soups, pasta and couscous, and rubbed on a variety of meats including goat and lamb.

Fun Fact: The cuisine of North Africa is known as Maghreb cuisine, which includes the countries of Algeria, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia. And within that cuisine, harissa is often described as “The National Condiment of Tunisia.”

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