Ras el Hanout
Tarbiya Salmon in Ras el Hanout
Ras el Hanout is curry-like with a spicy kick. It's floral and fragrant with subtle nuances of the sweet aromatics
North African Ras el Hanout
Possessing an overall robust, earthy flavor, this blend is extremely versatile, adding a golden color and an enticingly aromatic flavor to food.
Morel Mushroom risotto
in Ras el Hanout
Ras el Hanout background: A complex melange of many spices, this blend is essential to the cooking of the Maghreb, a region of North Africa comprising the countries of Morocco, Tunisia, and Algeria.
Veggie Tagine on grilled Pita
Head of the Shop
Literally translated as "Head of the shop" or "specialty of the house," Ras el Hanout is one of the finest examples of how a diverse variety of spices can meld to create an ingredient that is greater than its individual components, and where no single spice predominates.
Ras el Hanout is essential in nearly every Moroccan tagine recipe, especially chicken tagines. Ras el hanout goes well with lamb, game, and couscous dishes. Although overpowering on fish, a little Ras el Hanout will add style to your favorite soup or stew. ÒRasÓ is also great simply used as a rub for grilled meats.