Originating in Tunisia, harissa is a fiery red paste that is often described as the ketchup of the Middle East. Harissa is added to dishes to enhance flavors, used as a condiment, or even slathered onto a chunk of bread. Try adding a spoonful of harissa to a lamb stew, spread inside a burger, use to marinate chicken, or spice up a tomato sauce. Whisk the harissa with water and a little oil to emulsify and make harissa sauce or dip. In addition, the paste-like pepper sauce makes an excellent rub for meats and eggplant.
Pepper, garlic, and spices are used to create this amazingly deep flavored chili sauce called harissa.
Red Hot Pepper, Baklouti, Meski and Beldi, Garlic, Coriander, Caraway, Salt, PH Corrector.