Middle Eastern Seasonings

The Middle East has participated in the spice trade for thousands of years, giving rise to a number of complex seasoning blends that are bold and flavor-packed. Middle Eastern Seasonings make use of spices and herbs from around the world, combined into unique mixes. Or, get to know the sour, salty, hot peppers of the Middle East, which add bold character to signature dishes. These blends embody the history of global trade, industry, and cultural exchange, and give the food of this region vibrant appeal.

Advieh
Advieh
Advieh is a sweetly fragrant, cozy blend of spices with Persian roots. It is also called Persian spice mix, Persian spice, or adwiya.  
Baharat
Baharat
Baharat (pronounced "ba-ha-RAAHT") is sweet and warm. The alluring taste of Baharat seasoning combines the classic flavors of the early spice trade into one timeless blend.
Dukkah
Dukkah
There’s a pleasantly tart smell that rises from a jar of Dukkah when it’s first opened, that quickly harmonizes with the warm, earthy smell of cumin and the woodsiness of black pepper.
Falafel Seasoning
Falafel Seasoning
Falafel Spice Mix (pronounced fuh-laa-fl), is also called falafel seasoning, falafel spices, or falafel seasoning mix.
Lebanese 7 Spice
Lebanese 7 Spice
Lebanese cuisine includes generous amounts of fish, fruits, seafood and vegetables while animal fats are practically never used.
Organic Shawarma Seasoning
Organic Shawarma Seasoning
Shawarma is a dish from Arabic cuisine that, like the Greek gyro, is made with meat that is shaved from a large meat cone that rotates on a vertical spit and cooks over the course of a day.
Ras El Hanout
Ras El Hanout
Warm and dusky, the luxurious scent of our salt-free Ras El Hanout whispers the promise of a fragrant culinary journey that will take you across the elements of land and sky.
Shawarma Seasoning
Shawarma Seasoning
As fusion foods, also known as cross cultural cuisine, continue to be readily accepted in this country we are willing to try more and more dishes that may be somewhat familiar but different at th
Za atar (Israeli)
Za atar (Israeli)
Za'atar, pronounced "zaa tur," is also spelled zaatar, za'tar, zahtar, and zahatar.
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