Zhoug is a bold, herbal spice paste with coriander, cloves, parsley and a kick of green chilli.
Use it anywhere you want a spicy freshness. It’s great for punchy dressings and grilled meats or vegetables – just brush it on towards the end of cooking.
Zhoug is the most popular condiment in Isreali street food, and it’s become popular with London chefs who adore its versatility.
Did you know?
Zhoug became huge in Israel in the early 1950s, in the aftermath of “Operation on Wings of Eagles,” where 50,000 Yemenites were airlifted away from political persecution. They shared their cooking skills and fresh approach; now Zhoug is the most popular hot sauce in Israel.
Coriander (31-33%), water, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, sunflower oil, parsley (9%), salt, jalapenos dried peppers, garlic puree, cloves, cardamon, cumin, sugar, acidity regulator: citric acid.