Ras el hanout red in the kitchen
Ras el-Hanout red is more pungent than yellow, with a sweet note limit, and it is often used by mixing it in equal parts with yellow!
Just as there are as many curries as there are regions in India, each Moroccan spice merchant has his own ras el-hanout recipe.
It is essential to prepare tajines, couscous or even pastillas.
Symbolizing Moroccan cuisine of Arab, Andalusian and Sephardic influence, ras el-hanout is a blend of sweet spices, and do not hesitate to flavor your broth, soups, or a simple pan-fried vegetable!