This is a native take on mixed spice or "ras el hanout". Use in sweet baking or savoury dishes such as tagines. It contains pepperberry, lemon myrtle, wattleseed, aniseed myrtle, forestberry herb, dried finger lime, cinnamon, cloves, ginger, nutmeg, coriander, and cumin.
It originally started life as a sweet spice mix, but people started coming back with recipes for Moroccan tangines and middle-eastern casseroles, so we renamed it :).
Use Oz el hanout in:
- Sweet baking such as bikkies and buns
- Dry rubs for eggplant, chicken, or lamb in tanginess and casseroles.
Look at our recipe pages
for more tips and suggestions.