Uses: Grilled meat, a garnish for dips and salads, sprinkled over rice.
Fun facts: The name sumac means “red” in medieval French, Latin, and Syrian languages. In addition to popular use as a spice, sumac was used to tan hides and is sometimes referred to as tanner’s sumac. This is a great substitute in dishes where you would normally use lemon.
Our jars featuring wide, airtight openings make measuring, pouring, and scooping an easy and mess-free affair.
Contains: Sumac, Salt, Pepper.
May contain traces of peanuts, tree nuts, mustard seeds, soy, wheat, sulphites, milk solids, & sesame seeds.