Baharat Pork Tenderloin
Baharat is the Arabic word for 'spices' and is an aromatic, warm, and sweet spice blend used similarly to how Garam Masala is used in India.
We find this blend especially good with chicken, duck and lamb – just rub some on with a little salt before grilling.
Baharat smoked Duck
Baharat is traditionally used in kibbeh and to flavor ground meats, stews, and soups, and often sprinkled on fish before grilling. But is so flavorful, a simple potato jumps off the plate when roasted with baharat-tomato paste
Baharat roasted potatoes
Baharat is traditionally used in kibbeh and to flavor ground meats, stews, and soups, and often sprinkled on fish before grilling.
Turkish chefs use Baharat as an all-purpose seasoning for meat and vegetable dishes. It is sometimes also used on the table to spice up meals after cooking.