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Wild Sumac Tangy Sprinkle
Before the introduction of lemons, the Romans used sumac for its sour taste and citrus tang. Derived from the ground fruits of the Sumac shrub, Sami’s Lebanese Wild Sumac is a kitchen staple, adding a tangy citrus hit to spice rubs, marinades, salads and dressings.
How to use this spice:
For Sumac Eggs, simply sprinkle 1tsp of Sumac and salt to taste over fried eggs, approximately 1 minute before they are ready to serve.
For Fattoush Salad, mix lettuce, tomato, cucumber, red onion, parsley, and mint into a salad, then dress with a mix of crushed garlic, Sumac, olive oil, and salt. Add croutons or toasted Lebanese bread pieces into the salad before serving.
Since 1991, Sami & Sonia have been curating the finest ingredients through traditional methods, sharing their passion for delicious authentic Middle Eastern cuisine with friends and guests. Knowing that the essence of Midde Eastern flavours is in the intricate marriage of spices and unique ingredients, they have created this beautiful range of products for anyone to enjoy and share. Sami’s Kitchen is an extension of what they started over 25 years ago, allowing them to continue sharing their heritage and love of Middle Eastern cuisine.