Want to try our spices? Here’s everything you need to know.
First on the list: warm Warm Ras El Hanout.
Warm Ras El Hanout is a sweet, peppery blend of warm spices from Tangier. It is a simpler version of the more famous Ras El Hanout, but it still features five spices: black pepper, cinnamon, tumeric, nutmeg and ginger.
The mildest of our spices, Warm Ras El Hanout complements a plethora of light and classic dishes from across the globe. We recommend adding a sprinkle of spice to the following meals:
- Roast chicken with honeyed onion with almonds
- Tagine with apricots and pine nuts
- Chicken with caramelised quince
'Our Warm Ras El Hanout spice blend is a classic spice blend from my mother’s home town Tangiers, Northern Morocco. I wanted to share the spice blend that I grew up with as a kitchen cupboard staple.' says Nadia.
Next up: fragrant Signature Ras El Hanout
Ras El Hanout is one of the most well-renowned Moroccan spices, a mixture of over 40 different spices and flavourings. Ingredients commonly used in Ras El Hanout include chili peppers, coriander seed, peppercorn, sweet and hot paprika: a unique aromatic blend of warm spices that make any dish special.
The most flavoursome of our spices, Signature Ras El Hanout adds oomph to simple meals, especially sweets and desserts. We recommend spicing up the following dishes:
- French toast
- Creme brûlée
- Pouched pears
- Chai tea cookies
'Signature Ras El Hanout is the key staple in any kitchen cupboard that cooks Moroccan food. I wanted to create this blend as a personal blend that people will cherish in their kitchens and have on hand to add an instant Moroccan hit to any dish.' Nadia divulges.
Finally we have: Smokey Ras El Hanout
Smokey Ras El Hanout is an aromatic, deep blend of Moroccan style BBQ spices named after the famous alley of the same name in the heart of Marrakech. Made up of 7 ingredients, including cumin, tumeric and paprika, Smokey Ras El Hanout has a smokey taste to die for.
- Leg of lamb
- Grilled liver
- Spicy cauliflower
- Buttered corn
'I wanted to recreate at home the famous fire pit street in Marrakech within the old medina. It’s in all the travel programmes, guides and content about Marrakech and it ensures you'll have the most delicious and succulent lamb you will ever eat.' notes Nadia.