Arabic for “spices,” this blend is the season-all of North Africa and the Middle East. Find it in Arab cuisine as well as Turkish and Iranian dishes. Use 2 tsp per pound for lamb or chicken. Achieve a delicious braised meal by adding Baharat to a tomato-based sauce.
Hand-mixed from: paprika, black pepper, cumin, coriander, allspice, cinnamon, cloves, cardamom and nutmeg. (Salt-free)
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Oaktown Spice Shop has been in the Adams Point neighborhood for nine years. They focus on sourcing the absolute best-tasting version of each individual spice, then grind the spices themselves, in their shop. This means the ground spices customers find at Oaktown are bursting with flavor and are far fresher than those found elsewhere.
You can visit their own site here or find more of their spices on Keep Oakland Alive.