[SPICE] Tunisian Baharat

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Asian blend with touches from the Tunisian kitchen.

Culinary Uses:

• Rice with Saffron 
• Potato stew

English Pepper - English pepper is the raw, dried fruit of a green tree to the citrus family called Pimento, which is used to season soups and dishes for vegetables for fish dishes and cauliflower dishes.
Black pepper - Black pepper is the fruit of the black pepper tree. As they ripen, they become black and wrinkled. After drying in the sun they become a common table spice all over the world. Beyond cooking, it has the benefits of an appetite stimulant, stimulant, disinfectant and a storehouse. Effective for treating constipation.
Cinnamon - Cinnamon is very healthy and helps to disinfect and cleanse the throat and lowers cholesterol and sugar
roses are crumbling - fragrant flower on which crumbled are indicated in the mixture.
Nutmeg - a spice with a slightly sweet and sweet flavor. The name "Muscat" comes from Latin and means "fragrant". Nutmeg, when taken in excessive amounts, can cause hallucinations, nausea, dehydration and pain. Excessive consumption of the spice is very dangerous.
Clove - The closed flower bud of the nail tree is an important flavor for the variety of pastries, sausages, spreads, soups, sauces and infusions. Nail anesthetic and you can use it toothache
Cardamom - cardamom is considered a warming herb, helps digestion, relieves flatulence, inspires and encourages the secretion of bile and liver. For bad breath, it is recommended to chew 3 grains of cardamom.
The mixture is used to enrich dishes and seasoning.
The word Baharat is a combination of several spices together.

Directions for use:
Add the mixture according to the recipe or to taste.

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