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Tajine spice blend

Tajine spice blend

This Mrouzia mix will take you on a journey to the home of tagines. It will enchant your lamb, veal and poultry dishes and will give the authentic taste to pigeon pastillas. Deliciously tasty, try it in all your dishes !

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Which Dishes to Use Mrouzia Tajine Blend In?

This spice blend of Berber origin comes directly from the Maghreb. Ideal for flavoring your dishes, at Terre Exotique, it is an essential ingredient in the preparation of our tagines!

How to Use Mrouzia Tajine Blend?

Here are our recipe ideas to use Mrouzia Tajine Blend in your cuisine:

Authentic Chicken Tagine with Olives: Click here to discover the complete recipe

Roasted Lamb Tagine Style: Add 2 teaspoons of Mrouzia Tajine Blend to your lamb before confit it for several hours in a casserole dish;

Moroccan Pigeon Pastilla: After browning your pigeons in a casserole dish, add 2.5 teaspoons of Mrouzia Tajine Blend, then cover with water and let simmer covered for 20 minutes;

Revisited Kefta Meatballs: Add 2 teaspoons of Mrouzia Tajine Blend to your ground meat, then form meatballs;

Moroccan Carrots: Add 2 teaspoons of Mrouzia Tajine Blend to your carrots previously browned in a pan, then cover with water;

Moroccan Chickpea Soup: Sprinkle 2 teaspoons of Mrouzia Tajine Blend on your chickpeas, then mix with the other ingredients before blending.

The Aromas of Mrouzia Tajine Blend

In the mouth, this blend of spices presents a powerful and biting attack dominated by suave and sweet sensations. Its aromas of sweet spices and delicate lemony notes will reveal your recipes.

What Is Mrouzia Tajine Blend Composed Of?

This complex blend contains around fifteen spices including: cinnamon, combava, cumin, pink berries, coriander, turmeric, ginger, and rose petals.

Ceylon Cinnamon in Mrouzia Tajine Blend

Ceylon cinnamon, originating from Sri Lanka, is the bark of the cinnamon tree, a tree from the Lauraceae family, which belongs to the same family as the avocado tree or laurel. Cinnamon, Cinnanomum zeylanicum, whose harvest requires very great precision, comes from a tree that can reach between 10 to 15 meters high. The new branches are cut and rid of their fragrant outer bark which is the spice we all have in our cupboards: cinnamon. Once the tree bark is dried, it becomes cinnamon sticks that can be used directly in cooking or ground to produce cinnamon powder.

Combava in Mrouzia Tajine Blend

Combava, or Citrus hystrics, this pretty little citrus fruit with bumps, is called "hedgehog lemon tree" by the botanist Augustin de Candolle, combava lemon tree from the Moluccas according to Pierre Poivre, "Kaffir lime" in the south of the Indian Ocean, and to complicate matters further, "Makrut" in Thailand.

Cumin in Mrouzia Tajine Blend

Cumin has the botanical name Cuminum cyminum, it comes from the Apiaceae family, just

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Allergen Absence
Native country Assemblage fait en France
Ingredients turmeric (India), coriander, ginger, cumin, pink berry, cinnamon,
combava, allspice, brown sugar, paprika, black pepper, green
cardamom, clove, nutmeg, rose petal.
TRACES EVENTUELLES D'ALLERGÈNES céleri, sésame, moutarde, fruits à coques.