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Sparoza's founders hail from Ikonio, Asia Minor. It was the old country and their own knowledge of and experience in Asia Minor cuisine that inspired them to craft this clearly Near Eastern mix. They start with cardamom, cinnamon, and cloves which, on their own can turn any tomato-based dishes to an exploration of fragrances with a Near Eastern character. They add black and pink pepper, allspice, chillies, and wild cumin for a stronger, more piquant flavour, and end with the citrusy freshness of orange zest in combination with coriander and tarragon which is known as the "spice of gourmets". Add it to your cooking at the start for a mouthwatering, robust tomato sauce. Its uses are countless: Spice up your classic tomato-based braised recipes, spaghetti topped with hamburger in tomato sauce, tomato-based sauces, pizza bases, giaourtlou (yogurt & tomato sauce kebabs), and strapatsada (eggs scrambled in tomato sauce). All you need are some ripe tomatoes, olive oil, and fleur de sel. Bon appetit!
Ingredients
Coriander, cumin, cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg, allspice, black & pink pepper, tarragon, chillies, cloves, orange zest
  • Net Weight
    1.76oz
  • Gross Weight
    2.12oz
  • Width
    2.4in
  • Depth
    1.5in
  • Height
    4.53in
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Herbs & spices blend for tomato recipes, from Attica "Sparoza" 1.7oz

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Product code: 5200124333137 Gross Weight 2.12oz
Herbs and spices to give your recipes the mystical flavour of Asia Minor & the Near East!
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