Ras El Hanout

(3 customer reviews)

$7.99

Our all-natural Ras El Hanout is pungent, combining warm flavors like cinnamon, turmeric, cloves, allspice, cardamom, ginger, mace, nutmeg, and a touch of cayenne. Buy it individually or as part of our most popular exotic spice bundle.

Net weight: 2.0 oz

Availability: In stock (can be backordered)

Ras El Hanout (or Raz El Hanout) is a complex aromatic North African spice blend, mostly associated with Moroccan cuisine. Our all-natural Ras El Hanout is pungent, combining warm flavors like cinnamon, turmeric, cloves, allspice, cardamom, ginger, mace, nutmeg, and a touch of cayenne.

How to use Ras El Hanout

Ras El Hanout is great for meat and poultry dishes, and can also be used in some vegetarian and even fish dishes. If you’re new to this spice blend, try it in this popular and easy Moroccan lamb stew recipe! Or if you’re into seafood, you don’t want to miss this Moroccan fish recipe.

Things you need to know about our spices

  • Sourced from top quality suppliers from different corners of the world and the Mediterranean basin
  • All-Natural. Every spice or spice blend contains only raw commodity herbs and spices, and absolutely nothing else (no dyes or colors; no fillers…nothing else)
  • Not a single spice or spice blend has been treated with radiation
  • Fresh. We are doing this the old fashioned way! Our suppliers package only to order, and we, in turn, order in small batches to ensure freshness and flavor integrity
  • Spices labeled “organic” have been USDA certified.
  • Spices are inherently gluten-free
  • Our supplier operates Orthodox Union Kosher Certified facilities, and under the highest of safety and quality standards

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What others are saying

  1. Linda Bocek

    Great addition to spices

    Linda Bocek (verified owner)

    The flavor was great in the lamb tagine I made. I plan on adding it to other things…like scrambled eggs.

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  2. Priscilla Davis

    Priscilla Davis (verified owner)

    This is a *gorgeous* spice combination! I took the recipe for “Easy Mediterranean Shrimp” that is posted on this site and I substituted all the different spices in the original recipe with one generous teaspoon of the Raz El Hanout. Yes – the taste will differ from the original recipe — but — this Ras El Hanout is complex and is Just fabulous! (No its not hot and spicy — but it is sublime!) Now I have two delicious ways to make that recipe!

    I cannot tell you how much this site has helped me change and improve my cooking. I started a “Mediterranean” diet and everything on this site – from the recipes, to the olive oils, to the spices — has opened a new world of flavor for myself and my family. Keep up the great work and thank you!

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    • Suzy Karadsheh

      Suzy Karadsheh

      Thank you so much for sharing, Priscilla! Raz El Hanout is a super versatile blend, and I love that you’ve been changing up recipes to use it! Appreciate you sharing.

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    • Elayne

      Is this spice similar to Syrian pepper? My Syrian friend’s mother used to make a combination of spices and called it Syrian pepper. I have not been able to duplicate that amazing flavor, close but not the same.

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    • Suzy

      Suzy (verified owner)

      I think the Syrian pepper you are referring to is the Aleppo pepper? The ras el hanout is not like the Aleppo pepper. It is more of a blend of spices that are common in north African cuisines. We sell an Aleppo-style pepper, which is similar to the Syrian, Aleppo pepper, but is sourced from Turkey instead. Unfortunately, sourcing from Syrian is impossible these days due to the ongoing conflict there.

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