I cut this down to 1/4 cup yield and will be looking for recipes and using it often! I followed UmmBinat's review and roasted the spices which greaty enhances the flavor. Thanks for posting! All my favorites are here! cg ;)
These are the same spices I use in mine. But I dry roast them whole in a pan and then grind them for a better flavour.
I add to the blend which I keep in an air tight container 3 whole bay leafs as well. Note: If you keep it in the fridge it will last 1 year. I use it quite a lot. I love this spice. Scoopy:)
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Mmm. I made this up. I mix it with some sea salt and boy is it good on carmelized onions for mujahdara and just now I used it on steamed cauliflower and green beans. YUM.
Made this blend while making Traditional Bahraini Chicken Machboos / Machbous Lovely! going to try Nasseh's suggestion and use it on oven roasted tomatoes. Thanks for sharing!
What a great tasting blend - am really enjoying middle eastern recipes, so no surprise that I love this blend! I was little unsure of the nutmeg - but followed through with terrific results. Added to my spice collection. Thank you for sharing.
I used this recipe on tomatoes brushed with olive oil & cooked in the oven. Everyone loved it.
Cut this recipe in half & made it specifically to use in Arayes (Mini Meat Calzones)! I, too, don't know what is normal for this spice blend, but the results I got from the recipe I used it in were GREAT! Thanks for sharing!
Not knowing how it's 'supposed' to smell or taste, al I can really say is that it smells fabulous & made my dinner very yummy!! Thanks for posting! I used this in a NA*ME Forum Recipe of the Week.