Your cart is empty
A Ras-El-Hanout that salutes Berber gastronomy. A mixture of spices of a rare complexity and accuracy. If you are in love with the generous dishes of the Sahara region or wish to revisit your traditional recipes, you absolutely must discover it.Composition: Turmeric, Nutmeg, Clove, Cinnamon, Ginger, Cardamom, Orange powder, Spices.
I offer you a total gustatory immersion in the heart of the Atlas Mountains with the Sahara as a backdrop. During a meal, live in the Berber way with a Ras El-Hanout of very good quality.
Imagine yourself far away from everything in the heart of a unique and majestic nature accompanied by a Berber people who will share with you their rites and their conviviality.
Can you smell the tajine or couscous with this Berber Ras El-Hanout? Orange powder, turmeric, nutmeg, cloves, cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, spices, your taste buds will be delighted to discover all these oriental flavours.
Did you know that? There are different types of Ras El-Hanout. This mixture can sometimes have up to 50 spices.
Ras El-Hanout is particularly spicy. It is a festival of flavors in the mouth that revolutionizes your dishes and gives them a new taste dimension.
Ras El-Hanout Berber is naturally ideal for adding spice to all your oriental recipes. However, it can also be combined with more Western recipes to give you original flavours. Sauce, simmered dishes, marinades, the Berber Ras El-Hanout is the spice mix for all situations.
Cut the aubergines in half in a dish and cut the flesh then sprinkle with olive oil. Put in the oven for 30 minutes, then remove the flesh and mix it with a dash of olive oil and a little liquid cream. Cook your red mullet fillets in foil with olive oil and Ras El-Hanout Berber to give them a spicy and slightly spicy taste. Simply serve with rice.
Chicken goes divinely well with Berber Ras El-Hanout. Between casserole and tagine, this dish will make you travel. This recipe consists of chicken cutlets that you can cut into strips. Brown in a casserole dish with chopped onions, garlic, olive oil and Ras El-Hanout Berber. Add pitted green olives and chopped coriander. Serve with couscous.
Blanch the lentils in a large pot of hot water for a few minutes. In a casserole, fry some garlic cloves in olive oil and add the Berber Ras El-Hanout. Add the lentils with a little water and simmer for about 30 minutes. A gourmet soup full of flavour for those long winter evenings.
Rich in various spices, the Ras El-Hanout Berber is very good for your health. However, its virtues may vary slightly depending on its composition.
First of all, it allows to . Full of flavour, it limits the use of salt.
Hypocaloric, it helps to burn fat faster and fits perfectly into a diet.
Nutmeg has anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties. The clove, as for him, is recognized for its analgesic and antibacterial effects, it fights against the muscular pains and the rheumatisms. Cinnamon is antioxidant and stimulates the immune system. As for turmeric, it improves digestion and maintains liver health while contributing to a good nervous balance.