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Shakshuka Merguez Spice Blend

Shakshuka Merguez Spice Blend

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Seize the morning and the night with our Shakshuka Merguez Spice Blend! This North African-inspired blend is the perfect way to add some excitement to any meal without ever leaving the comfort of your kitchen.

Exciting and spicy, our Shakshuka Merguez is a bold and exotic seasoning which captures the traditional flavours of North Africa in a vegan and gluten-free blend can be used to bring a punch of flavour and excitement to everything from Shakshuka - eggs cooked in a spicy tomato sauce - to Merguez - a traditional spicy lamb sausage.

Crafted with select, all-natural ingredients, this spice blend offers an exciting and robust taste without additives. Experience a truly classic culinary adventure.

Dare to try something new and experience bold, spicy flavours like never before.

Take your taste buds on an adventure with our Shakshuka Merguez Spice Blend!

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Fatima
Perfect balance of flavors and spice levels!

My girl, Lex, has made a spice blend that we literally put on everything! Perfect balance of flavors and spice levels! 100% Recommended!

Thanks Fatima! I love that Hatim and the kids call Gerry 'Mr. Shakshuka' too.
Of course, we maybe should mention that you guys always get a LARGE pack of the Spicy Shakshuka too ️️️

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Andrea Manning
Delicious

Made Shakshuka a breeze! I’d been wanting to try it for months but was intimidated by getting the spice blend wrong; Lex’s Pantry solved that issue. It was actually pretty darn easy to make and will be part of my breakfast menu, going forward. I might even have learned how to pronounce it, today, at the market. Delicious blend, highly recommend.

Thanks Andrea! I'm so glad it made things tasty and 'pretty darn easy'. Did you try using Lex's recipe for Shakshuka - https://fromlexspantry.com/blogs/recipes/shakshuka, use your own or wing it?

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Howard Thompson
Take a walk on the wild side....

This one I opened the packet and stopped. I was a bit worried. There is a darker … probably the fennel and coriander with maybe a slightly smoked paprika… but it isn’t a smoked smell exactly…almost a dry fermented something. It does remind me of some meats I have eaten in some odd parts of the world but it is hard for me to put a finger on it and no I have never been to North Africa where this spice has its origins. This is one of those ones where you are going to like this or maybe not. I made my ground beef with this and I liked it. I was trying out the Gyro and Kabob spices at the same time. This was THE most interesting because it was different for me. I made it with a smaller amount of beef compared to the others (I didn’t think I’d like it) and I regret that. Definitely feeling it goes with beef or pork. Not so sure about this with chicken... can't picture veggies.

Why 5/5? I desperately need something new to shake up my taste buds. Right now, given the spices I have... if I was making some kind of beef/lamb/port thing, I'd grab this again.

  • Spice Storage

    Spices, rubs and spice blends, should be stored in a dry, cool, dark place and used quickly to get the most flavour from them.

    Ground spices typically lose their freshness and are often past their peak in 6 months.

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