In Morocco every house has a blend, a house specialty, which is their raj el-hanout. Mine has the hard to find ingredients used in those authentic and complex blends ... 15 ingredients including galangal, rose petals and lavender along with mace blades, allspice and more.
You'll need raj el-hanout for authentic tangines and other dishes that will amaze your guests.
√ The quintessential blend for tangines.
√ A great rub pork for barbecue. Add a little demura (raw) sugar or brown sugar.
√ Stir into lemon juice and olive oil and rub on chicken for barbecue or roast.
√ Stir into squash or pumpkin soup.
√ Add to pilaf with the onion.
√ Add to a tomato sauce to be used in any Greek or Middle Eastern recipe.
√ Fry cubed potatoes in butter or oil and then toss with raj el-hanout.
√ Sprinkle on baked pears.