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  • This burgundy delight from Turkey tastes like a combination of lemon and vinegar. Use the ground Sumac berry to liven up simple dishes like hummus or fattoush salad, or to add a splash of citric acidity to grilled chicken, pork, fish or vegetables. Amazing as a replacement for lemon in a Hollandaise sauce. .

    Z&Z Recommends with:

    Sauces, Fish, Meat, Salad

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    Sumac has a fresh, fruity and citrusy flavor that makes it the perfect alternative to lemon juice for seasoning grilled fish, meat or salads. You can also add it to sauces, it pairs particularly well with yoghurt preparations

    Pairs deliciously with:

    Grilled Lamb or Lamb Kebabs, Yoghurt Sauces, Fresh Salads of Cucumber, Tomatoes, and Chickpeas, Feta Roasted Vegetables

  • Origin & History

    The Sumac plant, whose proper name is Rhus Coriaria, is native of Middle East and it produces burgundy red berries that are sun-dried and used as a spice in every Arab country...

  • Ingredients

    Ground Red Sumac Berries



    Serving size

    14 x 1/2 Tsp

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