We’d like you to picture a busy street market in Morocco.
Can you see the colorful and vibrant piles of spices? Can you smell the warm aroma of a tajine cooking in a vendor’s stall? Can you taste the complex and savory blend of flavors in the broth?
Those hot summer Casablanca nights won’t season themselves.
A slight kick of heat. An exotic commingling of the Mediterranean and the Sahara.
Use Casablanca Spice for your tajines or roasts. Blend with couscous or rice to infuse with depth. Or toss it into a stew dish for a quite palatable meal.
5 out of 5
Sweet and Spicy Casablanca
I used this spice for a tagine Moroccan lamb and vegetable dish, made in a slow cooker. The taste was both sweet and spicy, had a wonderful aroma, and a superb taste, I can highly recommend this spice to cook with. It was mild to medium, but I used less than the recipe recommended. I have multiple digestive system diseases, and Casablanca did not cause a problem for me.
How hot is the Casablanca spice
I am not quite sure how to give you an exact level of heat, because everyone has a different tolerance for hot spices. There is a little kick, and it will be hotter than a standard chili powder, but not as hot as a jalapeno powder. I hope that helps!
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We have a lots of your spices in our kitchen cabinets but you don’t have an expiration date on any of the bottles. However if you get back to me, I will be able to give you the bar code and you can tell me if they are still usable. Thanks.
We pack everything fresh to order, and expiration dates are actually not needed on spices.
Do you find them in stores yes, because most product is sitting in a warehouse for up to a year prior to be distributed.
Our spices have at least a three year shelf life if not kept in direct sunlight or open, how do you tell when they need to be replaced by the smell.
If you lose all scent or see a color shift it is time to get some new stock.