The Tunisian spice mix.
Tunisia is the cradle of the most prestigious civilisations and the main monotheistic religions, the crossroads of the civilisations who have shaped its culture over the centuries.
Harissa comes from the Arabic “harasa” which means "crush"or "grind". This paste is an essential ingredient of Tunisian cuisine. It is made from ground sun dried chilli peppers mixed with cumin, coriander, garlic and salt ...
In Metlaoui, it is traditionally eaten on bread with olive oil, or served with couscous, tagines and steamed fish.
|Shelf life||2 years|
|Ingredient||Red pepper (32%), tomato, sunflower oil, olive oil, garlic, spices (4%, with cumin and coriander), salt.|