Organic Harissa

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80 gm (2.8 oz) / 185 gm (6.5 oz)

Harissa is the staple fiery condiment of Tunisia. A combination of hot peppers, spices and herbs, it is used as a rub, a general spice to add to any dish, and as a spread like mustard. We have created a dry Harissa, making it convenient to create a little or a lot as you need it, and allowing it to be used as either a dry ingredient or made into a paste with a bit of oil or hot water.

Certified USDA Organic

Certified Kosher

Gluten Free


80 gm (2.8 oz) of Spice in a Reusable Tin

5 out of 5 Heat

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  • 5

    Posted by Beth Raps on 1st Jun 2020

    Fabulous! Earthy, rich, authentic smell and taste.

  • 5
    The Best!

    Posted by Barbara McBlain on 30th Nov 2019

    My favorite spice blend. Love it in hummus. It adds a depth of flavor to almost anything. I especially like it in soups and chili.

  • 5
    Great Product

    Posted by Bernard Kotey on 2nd Feb 2016

    This was my first time buying and am more than satisfied.

  • 5

    Posted by Adena on 16th Oct 2015

    I put it in almost everything, from soups to eggs to hummus!

  • 5
    An unexpected treat!

    Posted by Echo Echo on 28th Jun 2015

    I ordered some other spices and received a small bag of this for free. I sprinkled just a bit on fresh canteloupes. What an epiphane!

  • 5
    should be made available in a 5 gallon

    Posted by Joanne on 23rd Mar 2015

    This a go-to spice mixture, can only improve anything you put it in--seriously.

  • 5
    Dry Harissa is a revelation!

    Posted by Cat Gilfillen on 15th Dec 2012

    I'm familiar with half a dozen store-bought Harissa pastes, plus maybe four different recipes I have made at home, but the TTSCoV dry Harissa spice is a real eye-opener. You can do so much more with it -- use as a dry rub, sprinkle on salads, toss with nuts and fruits -- you can substitute it for more conventional spice mixes and really kick up the taste!