Organic Ras el Hanout

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Ras el Hanout brings the flavors of the ancient spice routes into your kitchen.  This spice mix is a true meeting of East and West with a brilliant combination of floral and spice tones with just a hint of heat.  We love to add it to slow cooked stews and legumes, rice or couscous. 

Certified USDA Organic

Certified Kosher

Gluten Free


80 gm (2.8 oz) Reusable Tin

1 out of 5 Heat

  • Turmeric
  • Nutmeg
  • Ginger
  • Red & Pink Rose Petals
  • Sweet Cinnamon
  • Birdseye Chili Peppers
  • Lavender Flowers
  • Cardamom
  • Mace
  • Anise Seed
  • Clove
  • Himalayan Pink Salt

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  • 5
    Delightful flavor with heat

    Posted by Pam Fisher on 20th Nov 2016

    I use this in squash and it's a favorite in my West African Peanut soup. I use it to add heat and a depth of flavor that surpasses the recipe's called for Sriracha hot sauce.

    I love sprinkled with butter on top of a roasted sweet potato.

  • 5
    Awesome blend of spices

    Posted by Joanne B on 25th Jan 2016

    Just made a yummy roasted veggie dish with your Ras el Hanout. Cut haricots, zucchini, mushrooms & dates (what was in the fridge) tossed in Lucini Lemon Olive oil sprinkled with Ras el Hanout. DELICIOUS!!! Just the right amount of sweet and spice.

  • 3
    Turmeric heavy.

    Posted by James Maiewski on 1st Nov 2014

    With all the subtle flavors in this mix, I was disappointed that they were dominated by turmeric. Can't really rate how this might have been without so much.

  • 5
    Wonderful new taste

    Posted by Mary Quigley Princeton, N.J. on 28th Jul 2013

    I used 3 tablespoons to flavor an all vegetarian filling for 4 large stuffed peppers. Probably the best I ever made.

  • 5
    Tastes like home

    Posted by Becky on 11th Mar 2013

    I lived in North Africa for several years. I just made traditional Moroccan couscous with your Ras L'hanut and it was spot-on. I haven't been back in several years, but the taste took me back to my host family's kitchen.

  • 4
    chili with a kick

    Posted by Unknown on 27th Oct 2012

    used it in chicken chili....very good!

  • 5
    Extreme Exotic

    Posted by Bambi Kaan Lincoln VT on 2nd Oct 2012

    I use this spice a lot. At first I regretted buying it. It was to different for me. It became my favorite. I even use it as a flavoring when making home made bread. Adds a rich color and exotic flavors.