Spicely Organics Sumac Ground Jar Description
Gluten Free Certified
Non-GMO Project Verified
Sumac is often referred to as a souring agent and is popular in Middle Eastern cuisine. Use Sumac on meats prior to grilling or as a final touch on rice dishes.
Sumac is a spice cabinet must-have that can be used to add a zesty snap to nearly any sort of vegetable or meat based dish. The versatility of this crimson colored spice comes from its unique ability to boost the flavor of the dish, bringing out natural flavors, without ever overpowering. In particular, it can be used any time you find yourself wanting to add a touch of lemon or vinegar to balance out the dish, or add a bit of tartness. Although it should be noted that although it can make up for the sour taste, it does not affect the acidic level of the dish the same way that lemon or vinegar can which some recipes may require.
Gluten, GMOs, MSG, preservatives, sugar, irradiation, peanuts, soybeans, milk, eggs, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, wheat, artificial coloring.
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Ingredients: Organic sumac ground.
Less than 1% salt.
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Fattoush Salad & Sumac Dressing
When you bring this summery salad to your next gathering, you will
be required to spill the secret to the bright dressing. Sumac, a unique ingredient used in traditional Middle Eastern fattoush salad is a spice with a tart, lemony flavor. Combined with mint, honey, olive oil and garlic, the fresh and interesting flavor is one everyone will want to recreate. In the classic version of fattoush, fried or toasted pita bread provides crunch, but this lower carb rendition incorporates crunchy, chopped vegetables such as Persian cucumber and radishes. Serve this light and lively salad as a side to any meal or as the main attraction with the addition of any protein you choose.
Fattoush Salad with Sumac Dressing
- 2 hearts romaine (chopped)
- 1 large bell pepper (chopped)
- 2 Persian cucumbers (chopped)
- 5 small radishes (or 1 large watermelon radish, sliced)
- 2 Roma tomatoes (chopped)
- ½ large red onion (thinly sliced)
- ¼ cup olive oil
- 1 tsp. ground sumac (plus more for sprinkling)
- 3 Tbsp. lemon juice
- 2 garlic cloves (minced)
- 1 Tbsp. honey
- ½ tsp. dried mint
- ¼ tsp. kosher salt
- In emulsion blender, blend all dressing ingredients and blend about 20 seconds to combine.
- In salad serving bowl, combine vegetables, pour on dressing and toss until evenly coated.
- Sprinkle with additional sumac before serving.
Get the ingredients you need to make this classic salad and bright dressing!