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All Middle Eastern Ingredients
Shop our range of Middle Eastern Ingredients, from our signature Rose Harissa, to our award-winning Beldi lemons, we have everything you need for a feast from the Middle East!
Freekeh has been part of Middle Eastern cuisine since at least the 1200s. It is an Arabic word that translates as 'to rub' or 'the one that is rubbed'. Great to use as a rice substitute or to add flavour to soups and salads.
Pleasantly sweet and chewy, with a good nuttiness and bite, Siyez has been cultivated for over 8000 years.
Smoked paprika and pickled lemons add a bold complex flavour to this Moroccan classic. Use it to add depth to any Ôone potÕ dish, the classic tagine being just one example. Ambient, keep chilled once opened.
An intensely herbal paste that adds fresh, spicy notes to grilled vegetables, chicken and lamb
Smoked Chilli Harissa
Middle Eastern spice paste with fiery chipotle chilli
Middle Eastern spice paste with sweet apricot, ras el hanout and a chilli kick
Persian spice paste with warming ginger, turmeric and fiery chilli.
Fresh coriander and hand-picked parsley, blended with other traditional Mediterranean ingredients, including our Beldi preserved lemons, for a warm, intense flavour with a hint of citrus.
Urfa Chilli Paste
Sweet and smoky Turkish spice paste with red peppers.
Our new Spicy Turkish paste is made with tomatoes, peppers & pomegranate molasses, the perfect addition to any recipe or antipasti board.
Spicy, sultry Rose Harissa is one of our best sellers, famous in restaurant and domestic kitchens all over the UK.
Pomegranate Molasses 500ml
Molasses made from 100% Turkish Pomegranates, perfect for drizzling over baked aubergines or adding to marinades.
Smooth, 100% Medjool date molasses
Aubergine, garlic and paprika in a subtle paste that works well in a mezze or as a spread
Preserved Beldi Lemons
The salty and lightly acidic taste brings an intense lemon flavour to a wide variety of dishes
Zahter in Oil
Wild Turkish herb from the same family as oregano and thyme.