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Baharat: Bahārāt is a spice mixture or blend used in Middle Eastern cuisine, especially in the Mashriq area, as well as in Turkish, Iranian, Kurdish and Israeli cuisine. Bahārāt is the Arabic word for 'spices'. The mixture of finely ground spices is often used to season lamb, fish, chicken, beef, and soups and may be used as a condiment.

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Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Spices and Herbs (2016)

An Essential Guide to the Flavors of the World by Padma Lakshmi

Baharat is a Middle Eastern spice blend that is sometimes called seven-spice mix , although both the number and spices can vary from country to country. The word baharat means “spices” in Arabic, but it also refers to this popular mix of aromatic spices. A classic blend includes cumin, coriander, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, cardamom, and black pepper, but many versions also include paprika and/or chile powder; in Turkey, dried mint is often added, and dried rose petals appear in ...

Google previewEveryday Sacred (2017)

Religion in Contemporary Quebec by Hillary Kaell

*Baharat is a mix of spices in many Iraqi dishes. Quantities vary but include one tbs each of cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, turmeric, and black pepper. And one tsp each of allspice, and nutmeg or cloves.

Google previewHandbook of Spices, Seasonings, and Flavorings, Second Edition (2006)

by Susheela Raghavan

Baharat is a spice mixture that is fried in oil or clarified butter for use in mutton and other dishes. Chermoula, a puree of paprika, garlic, saffron, cayenne, lemon juice, and cilantro, is a marinade or sauce used for meats and fish in Morocco, Yemen, and other neighboring regions. Paprika also pairs well with onions, sour cream, chile peppers, black pepper, corn, black beans, tomato, turmeric, and garlic and pork. It develops a brilliant reddish orange color and a distinct sweet, pungent ...

Google previewI Eat That I Am Energy Intake of a Lightworker (2010)

A Revolutionary Approach to Eating and Cooking in Seven Steps by Zsa Zsa Tudos

useful hints: Baharat is a Middle-Eastern spice mixture. The way of preparation is given in the fainting aubergine recipe. Lemon is an essential ingredient to this dish, for the lamb tempts to have a strong aroma cooked without it. Lemon also makes meat tenderer. Remove the grease produced by the meat during cooking.

Google previewCooking For Dummies (2013)

by Margaret Fulton, Barbara Beckett

Middle Eastern Spice Mix ( Baharat) Baharat is a very useful.

Google previewThe Everything Guide to Spices for Health (2016)

A Complete Guide to the Natural Health-boosting Benefits of Everyday Spices by Michelle Robson-Garth

Baharat spice mix: Baharat is a Middle Eastern spice mix consisting of cumin seed, paprika, black peppercorns, cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, and cardamom. • Masala chai: Masala chai means “spiced tea.” It is a fragrant and aromatic mixture of spices and a particular kind of Indian chai. It includes black tea, green cardamom, fennel, cinnamon, cloves, and ginger. You can also add other spices and flavors such as black peppercorns, star anise, bay leaves, coriander seed, even orange ...

Google previewThe Spicy Vegetarian Cookbook (2013)

More than 200 Fiery Snacks, Dips, and Main Dishes for the Meat-Free Lifestyle by Media Adams

Baharat Baharat is a spice mix used ...

Google previewEthnic American Food Today (2015)

A Cultural Encyclopedia by Lucy M. Long

Indian spice blend, garam masala, baharat is a general multipurpose spice blend. Although the ingredients are similar, different regions and even 302 Ethnic American Food Today.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Jewish Food (2010)

by Gil Marks

Baharat is an allpurposespiceblend. Origin: The Levant Other names: bharat; Farsi: advieh. Baharat, a province in India and a name for non Muslim southern India, gave rise to a generic Arabic word encompassing spices andherbs,as well asmore specificallyto a Levantine spice mixture akin to the Indian garam masala. Theexact ingredientsand proportions of baharatvary from region to region and cook to cook. It can be either a simple blend of a few basic spices or a more complicated ...


by Maximillien De Lafayette

Baharat and Bahar in Turkish. Felgo: Aramaic/Syriac. Noun. A pickax. Femo: Aramaic/Syriac. Noun. The mouth. Fem and Famm in Arabic. Fendko: Aramaic/ Syriac. Noun. Hazelnut. Fendok in Arabic. Findik in Turkish. Fendok in Persian ( Farsi) Synonym in Aramaic and Arabic: Bundko in Aramaic. Bundok in Arabic. Fenkitho: Aramaic/Syriac. Noun. A notebook. Fenqitho: Aramaic/Syriac. Noun. A treasury of feasts as defined by the Lebanese Maronites. It is also called the Sanctoral-Cycle ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Food and Nutrition (2014)

by David A. Bender

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Google previewThe Wordsworth Dictionary of Culinary & Menu Terms (2000)

by Rodney Dale

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Google previewA universal gazetteer; or, Geographical dictionary of the world (1840)

by George Thomas Landmann

In 1 8 1 4 the country was reconquered by the British, who retained certain territories, and restored a portion to the exiled rajah, whose modern capital is Baharat, abeut 20 ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Herbs and Spices (2017)

by P N Ravindran

Cumin is also very popularly used in Western and Central Asia and forms a component of the spice mixtures such as the Yemeni zhoug, Saudi Arabian baharat and Georgian svanuri marili (Katzer, 2012). In Middle-Eastern and North African cuisine, cumin is used in the commercial spice mixtures for couscous, hummus, falafel, etc. It is also used in Georgian cooking such as in dishes like tamiyah. Cumin is less important in South-east and eastern Asia; however, in Burmese cooking it ...

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