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Sumac powder

Sumac powder

A delicious deep red spice, lemony and salty. Ideal with guacamole, a lemon and olive oil dip and delicious with cheese, served warm or cold. 

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What Dishes to Use Sumac In?

Sumac, the Oriental Spice with a Lemon Flavor

The sour and astringent taste of sumac can replace lemon in many recipes. It is commonly used to season Iranian salads, chicken or beef skewers, and is part of the composition of za'atar, a typical Middle Eastern blend.

Explore the Lemon and Tart Flavors of Sumac Spice

Sprinkled in a salad, on a salmon steak to grill, sumac, with its ease of use and fresh lemony aromas, will be your ally in the kitchen! In our team, we love to add a teaspoon to our lunch vinaigrette to accompany our green salads.

How to Use Sumac?

Our recipe ideas to use sumac in your cooking:

  • · homemade za'atar: add ½ glass of toasted sesame seeds, ½ glass of sumac, ½ glass of chopped oregano, and mix!
  • · sumac falafels: add 2 teaspoons of sumac to your preparation;
  • · oven-baked fries with sumac: sprinkle 2 teaspoons of sumac on your fries before baking them;
  • · sumac kefta meatballs: sprinkle 2 teaspoons of sumac on your ground meat before shaping into balls;
  • · Palestinian chicken with sumac: sprinkle a tablespoon of sumac on your chicken before adding the onions and cooking everything;
  • · beef with sumac: add 2 tablespoons of sumac to your pan towards the end of cooking;
  • · sumac chicken tagine: put oil on your chicken and sprinkle 2 tablespoons of sumac on top before cooking in the tagine;
  • · endive salad with sumac: cut your endives and sprinkle them with sumac powder before adding your vinaigrette.

The Recipe for Lebanese Sumac Salad "Fattoush" Terre Exotique Style

Here's a typical recipe that could illustrate the values of Terre Exotique: the marriage of civilizations and gastronomy. We chose to add Voatsiperifery pepper to this recipe for its fresh and mild taste that allows the flavors of the ingredients to shine while adding a subtly peppery touch.

We selected garlic bear's garlic sea salt for its mild garlic aromas that pair perfectly with cucumber and mint.


  • 1 bunch of lamb's lettuce;
  • 1 bunch of flat-leaf parsley;
  • 1 bunch of fresh mint;
  • 1 cucumber;
  • 1 bunch of radishes;
  • 5 tomatoes;
  • 1 onion;
  • 1 clove of garlic;
  • 1 pressed lemon;
  • 5 tablespoons of olive oil;
  • 1 and a half tablespoons of sumac powder Terre Exotique;
  • 1 teaspoon of chopped dried mint Terre Exotique;
  • 1 pinch of garlic bear's garlic sea salt Terre Exotique;
  • 1 pinch of Voatsiperifery pepper Terre Exotique.


Roughly chop the herbs and set aside. Cut the cucumber, tomatoes, radishes, and onion. Mince the garlic clove. Mix everything in a salad bowl.

In another container, prepare the dressing: add the lemon juice, garlic bear's garlic sea salt, Voatsiperifery pepper, olive oil, chopped dried mint, and sumac. Add the dressing to the salad bowl with the vegetables and herbs. Let it rest for 2 hours in the refrigerator, then stir and enjoy.

The Tangy Aromas of Sumac Spice

Lemon, fresh, and salty notes emanate from sumac to enhance your preparations. As an appetizer or in a main course, sumac will bring all its flavors to your dishes.

This red powder reveals the tastes without altering them and leaves an impression of fine effervescence, slightly salty, truly extraordinary.

More Information
More Information
Allergen Absence
Native country TURQUIE
Genus and botanical species Rhus coriara
Ingredients sumac in powder, salt.
TRACES EVENTUELLES D'ALLERGÈNES céleri, sésame, moutarde, fruits à coques.

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