Sumac is native to Iran and were used by Romans who enjoyed its sour taste. Sumac are small red dried berries that are sold grounded, sometimes mixed with salt. (our ones are without salt).
Sumac is redish, purple in colour with a fruity, tard, and astringent taste.
The ground spice is the popular spice that is sprinkled over salads, fish stews and rice. It is commonly eaten with slices onions, as an appertizer and to season kebabs.
Sumac goes well with pinenuts, parsley, garlic, chilli pepper, cumin and coriander.
It is available in 50g and 200g
Simple use this Drop-Down box to change the size.