Lebanese 7 Spice

Lebanese 7 Spice
Lebanese 7 Spice
Lebanese 7 Spice Lebanese 7 Spice
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Net Weight:
2.6 oz
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Lebanese cuisine includes generous amounts of fish, fruits, seafood and vegetables while animal fats are practically never used. Chicken is preferred over red and meat and like much of the Mediterranean region, the food that the Lebanese eat is dictated by what's in season. Food is usually baked or sautéed in olive oil or grilled. Vegetables are eaten cooked, pickled or raw. A key to just about every Lebanese meal is a local flat bread where it is used in place of a fork.

Lebanese 7 Spice is an important spice blend in most Lebanese kitchens where this flavorful seasoning is used as a dry rub on chicken, fish and on meats such as minced lamb. It's found in these traditional Lebanese dishes - Grilled Meat Balls (Kafta Mechwe), Minced Meat Pizza Pie (Lahme Bajin) and Stuffed Zucchini (Koussa Mehche).

Lebanese 7 Spice is not the same as Arabic 7 Spice.

Lebanese 7 Spice is hand blended from black pepper, cinnamon, cloves, ginger, allspice, fenugreek and nutmeg.

If you are a fan of Middle Eastern seasonings then you'll want to try our Za'atar (an Israeli recipe), Syrain Za'atar, and Shawarma Seasoning.

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size1 tsp

Amount Per Serving


% Daily Value*

Total Fat0g1%

Saturated Fat0g1%

Trans Fat0g

Polyunsaturated Fat0g

Monounsaturated Fat0g



Total Carbohydrate2.0g1%

Dietary Fiber0.8g3%

Total Sugars0.0g

Added Sugars0g0%

Sugar Alcohol0.0g


Vitamin D0mcg0%




*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice. These values were calculated and therefore are approximate. For more

4.8 out of 5
8 total ratings.

Ronald A. (Verified buyer) 12/01/2021
Lebanese 7 Spice Been making my own for years, and this saves me time and tastes as good as anything I made--from Spices Inc's spices of course.

Deanna H. (Verified buyer) 10/11/2021
Delicious Delicious

Jim K. (Verified buyer) 09/05/2020
New Spices: easiest way to supercharge old dishes We are all captive to old cooking habits. Without changing basic ingredients or methods, I’ve reinvented my old dishes by simply adding new spice combinations from other cultures. When I first added Lebanese 7 Spice to the traditional spices I used for meat loaf, stews, stir-frys, roasts, even steaks on the grill, it added a whole layer of aromatic overtones I never thought existed. That experiment gave me the courage to try other spice combinations I’ve never heard of or used. I now realize how simple it can be to supercharge traditional dishes without changing my basic cooking habits.

TRAVIS L. (Verified buyer) 04/12/2020
Persian Lentil soup Used this in a new recipe and it it really helped make this dish. Very fragrant, and delicious.

Sudesna B. (Verified buyer) 11/21/2018
A missed opportunity, but not for me 1974s The Man With The Golden Gun is by no means the best Bond movie ever made, it probably doesn't even crack top five, and now I know why. A good portion of the movie takes place in Beirut, and while there is plenty of intrigue and espionage, not once do they mention Lebanese seven spice, I know because I checked. They had plenty of opportunities to casually mention the plethora of flavors that could have danced across my tastebuds, but instead they focused on trivial inconsequential plots, involving hitmen, and gadgets and spies. That's all fine and well, but seriously, the most important thing in Beirut has to be this spice. Lebanese seven spice - 5 Stars. The Man With The Golden Gun - 2 stars, because they should have mentioned this spice.

Lawrence (Verified buyer) 07/23/2012
Lebanese 7 Spice I felt like I was Aunt Lucy for dinner.

Aaron (Verified buyer) 08/13/2012
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Kristen (Verified buyer) 08/07/2012
Lebanese 7 Spice I would cut back the ratio or check the clove strength.