Sumac spice is made when deep red Sumac Berries are dried and ground into a coarse powder. It is a versatile spice with a wonderfully tangy lemon flavour – but more balanced and less tart than lemon juice.
Sumac berries grow wild in parts of Turkey and the Middle East – the ground spice is popular in Lebanese, Syrian, Turkish and Iranian cuisines.
All-natural, Sumac is great sprinkled on kebabs, rubbed into meats for grilling and is a delicious topping for salads.
Sumac Granules (100%)
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NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION (PER 100g)
|ENERGY||1988 kJ / 475 Kcal|
|OF WHICH SATURATES||9.3g|
|OF WHICH SUGARS||0g|