Moroccan Spice Rub | Easy Homemade Blend
£0.95 per 100g.
- 1 tsp ground (Cardamon seeds/)Cardamon Pods
- 1 tsp ground (flakes)Chilli
- 1 tsp groundTurmeric
- 1 tsp groundNutmeg
- 1 tsp groundCoriander
- 1 tsp groundCumin
- 1 tsp groundBlack Pepper
- 1 tsp groundCinnamon
- 1 tspSalt
Combine together all ingredients in a small bowl until combined well.
Ensure you store in an airtight container in a cool, dark, dry place. I would recommend making this in bulk so you have it ready to use at your own convenience.
Try this blend with any of my Moroccan recipes on my website and let me know what you think with a review or comment below. Enjoy!
Moroccan Spice Rub
Souk El Had d’Agadir
My Moroccan spice rub came from my travels around Morocco in 2018. I became good friends with the locals in Taghazout who kindly took me to the Souk El Had d’Agadir market (40 mins away) to get the best spices for the best price!
I paid 200 Moroccan Dirham for 1 kg for my Chicken and Halloumi Moroccan Wrap recipe. They will try and charge you around 600-800 FYI. This vibrant spice blend makes an excellent addition to my easy lamb stew.
The most commonly used ingredients in Moroccan Spice Rub are:
- Cumin seeds
- Cardamom pods
- Cinnamon sticks
- Dried Ginger
- Coriander seeds
However, I came to Morocco to create my own spice blend and this is the outcome… Your taste buds will thank me later!
This is a super easy, crispy chorizo, spicy tomato and chickpea baked eggs. You can make this easily in bulk and store in the freezer to save time in the future.
Sweet and sticky balsamic onions, thick butcher sausages in a warm French baguette with rocket and mustard. Enjoy my simple sausage and caramelised onion baguette recipe. Leave a review below!