Package of 10 top ingredients from Yotam Ottolenghi’s new book, Simple

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This package includes 10 of the top ingredients used by Yotam Ottolenghi in his new book, Simple. 

This package includes:

Dried Barberries – Ground Cardamom – Pomegranate Molasses – Traditional Harissa – Tahini – Urfa Biber Chile Flakes – Za’atar – Black Garlic – Natural Preserved Lemons – Sumac

 

Dried Barberries – 6 oz

These barberries add a tart complimentary flavor to sweet and savory dishes. It is frequently used in dishes featuring saffron.

Ground Cardamom – 1 oz

Cardamom carries a strong aroma and pungent flavors of lemon, smoke, and mint.

Pomegranate Molasses – 10 fl oz

This pomegranate sour paste is a molasses that Yotam Ottolenghi suggests cooking meats in to achieve a sweet flavour.

Rose Harissa – 170 g

This Middle Eastern spice paste was blended from many flavorings such as garlic, chili, and a wide range of peppers. Sweet smokiness with a slow-burning heat.

Tahini – 11 oz

Made from 100% hulled sesame seeds.

Urfa Biber Chile Flakes – 1 oz

Urfa Biber is a Turkish chile that will add a fruity, smoke to your dish. Notes of tobacco and chocolate build, as does the heat.

Za’atar – 4 oz

An authentic Middle Eastern mix of herbs and spices, featuring sumac, thyme, oregano, sesame seeds and salt. This blend is ideal for marinades, rubs, and spreads.

Black Garlic (Korea) – 2 oz

Featuring a molasses-like richness, black garlic is both sweet and savory with tangy undertones. Similar to a soft dried fruit, this black garlic has a dense supple texture that can be sliced or spread.

Natural Preserved Lemons – 14 oz

Lemons are salted and then pickled in their  own juices, creating the perfect addition to a number of recipes.

Sumac – 2 oz

With a flavor reminiscent of citrus or dried unripe grapes, Sumac is a spice made from the ground dried berries of the Sumac shrub.

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Weight 7.5 lbs
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