Sumac, the subtropical herb
15-12-2017 in Ingredients
Do you ever use sumac in the kitchen? In this blog, we'll tell you a bit more about this ingredient.
Sumac is a shrub that grows in the Mediterranean
It has red sour berries that is most often sold in dried, powdered form. Sumac contains a lot of citrus aromas and also tastes a bit like tamarind. It adds a tangy, spicy touch to your dishes.
In the Middle East, sumac is often used;
- with meat; such as lamb,
- and rice.
It is a very special berry which goes particularly well with chicory and asparagus!