This recipe for Baharat Spice Blend is very popular in Arabic and Turkish dishes. It is known for its earthy flavor tones. It’s not spicy whatsoever, and is delicious with chicken, lamb, and fish.

Use what you already have and throw together a flavorful spice blend with what’s already in your cabinet.

Want to use whole spices? Put the spices in a pan over medium heat and toast for about 5 minutes, until they turn fragrant. Then add them to the grinder.

Though the list of requirements is long, don’t feel overwhelmed! This recipe is variable and you can make adjustments based off of what you do or don’t have in your pantry.

If you are making the Turkish version of Baharat, mint is also added into the blend.

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