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Baharat

Baharat

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  • bjar

About Baharat Edit

Mixed Spices for Syrian, Lebanese, and Palestinian Cooking

Baharat means "spice" in Arabic, derived from the word bahar, which means pepper, so it is a mixed spice with black pepper. It is an all-purpose spice mix used in Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, and Palestine and found in many prepared savory dishes.

Baharat can be bought at Middle Eastern groceries and markets but it is also quite easy to make fresh for yourself and keep it stored in a spice jar. There are many different variations, all based on the basic ingredients of black pepper and allspice. Some mixes might include paprika, coriander seeds, cassia bark, sumac, nutmeg, cumin seed, or cardamon seed. This recipe is basic, if you like, you can fiddle with it by adding some of the other spices mentioned.

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