Persian Gulf Baharat Spice Blend - 2.5 oz. A common spice blend in Middle Eastern cooking, we like to call this all-purpose spice our “Middle Eastern multi-tasker”. The word baharat translates to “spices” in Arabic and is a blend of Middle Eastern staple spices. Our flavorful and exotic Persian Gulf Baharat mirrors these traditional flavors and adds a sweet and savory touch to any dish. The warm spice profile of our Baharat means it can go from chicken kabobs to stone fruit desserts like peach cobbler.
All of our spices and seasonings are salt-free and packaged by hand to ensure maximum quality and freshness. Packaged in glass - BPA free.
Black Pepper, Rumi Spice Black Cumin, Cassia, Nutmeg, Paprika, Coriander, Cardamom, Clove.
Marinade or dry rub meats like beef, lamb, poultry, pork, and seafood
Use it as a base for stews, soups, and sauces
Season vegetables like potatoes, squash, carrots, and cauliflower
Season grains and legumes like rice, lentils, pilaf, and couscous
Bake with fruits like peaches, plums, apricots, and cherries
Fragrant spices. Glass container is nice, but top not secured well
The Baharat and Berbere were both very fragrant and smelled wonderful. They will be wonderful on roasted veggies and soups. The Afghan Curry Braise was supposed to have saffron, but it had some undertones we found slightly unpleasant. It didn't smell like saffron to me. We may just need to use it more to get used to it. I will definitely buy the Berbere again. I did wish the cork tops were better secured. One can with a plastic shrink wrap on the cork and bottle. One had a piece of tape and one didn't have anything. The corks come out very easily. Packaging could definitely be improved. They were well packed in the shipping box/envelope with bubble wrap.
Hi Henry - Here are some great Baharat recipes on our website. If you like lamb, the kebabs are great - Thanks for your support!
I’ll never use saffron (or “saffron”) from the grocery store again... much of it is adulterated because of the cost, so the flavor and aroma just aren’t nearly as good as the real thing. The Rumi Spice saffron is so beautifully rich and complex, I love cooking with it and always am amazed at how little it takes to transform a meal.