About: Harissa is a North African spice blend known for its vibrant, fiery, and slightly smoky flavor. It typically contains a mix of hot chili peppers, garlic, caraway seeds, coriander, cumin, and sometimes smoked paprika, creating a complex and aromatic profile.
Harissa Roasted Chicken: A savory dish where the bold flavors of harissa perfectly complement the roasted chicken. Recipe Link
Spicy Harissa Carrot Soup: This soup combines the heat of harissa with the sweetness of carrots for a comforting and flavorful experience. Recipe Link
Harissa Shrimp Skillet: Harissa Shrimp Skillet offers a sumptuous, single-pan dish, featuring tender shrimp sautéed in butter with garlic and onion, enhanced by fiery harissa and aromatic herbs. Recipe Link
Harissa & Maldon Sea Salt: By simply mixing equal parts Harissa spice and maldon sea salt, we keep this in our pantry for staples like popcorn, soft scrambled eggs, hummus, and seared vegetables.
Cooking Tips: Harissa can be used both as a marinade and a seasoning. It's ideal for adding a spicy kick to meats, vegetables, and stews. The blend can be adjusted in heat to suit personal preferences.
Origin: Harissa has its roots in North African cuisine, particularly in countries like Tunisia, Libya, Algeria, and Morocco.
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