Turn Up the Heat on Harissa

We were thrilled to come across Jacqueline Rapaso's great article in Serious Eats all about how America's chef's are using Harissa in their kitchen. Harissa is a traditional North African pepper spread that is fiery, aromatic, bright, spicy and fruity. Traditionally it has been used to enhance the flavor in soups, stews, tagines, grilled meats, etc. Like Sriracha and other popular ethnic condiments, as Harissa grows in popularity, so do the ways in which people enjoy it. 

A few of our favorite ideas from Serious Eats:

  • Crockpot Chicken
  • Spicy Mayo (think about it as a dip for crab cakes, fries or roasted cauliflower)

To check out the article, visit here

You can also uncover more about FOODMatch's new Harissa spread by visiting our product pages.

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