Belazu Rose Harissa has a slow-burning chilli heat, balanced with sweet smokiness that adds real depth of flavor to any dish. It is one of their signature ingredients and bestsellers, having been developed from a secret recipe back in 1995.
Key ingredient in many recipes in Yotam Ottolenghi's SIMPLE Cookbook.
Did you know? The name Harissa comes from the Arabic harasa, meaning 'to pound' or 'break into pieces'. It is not far from a straight translation of the Italian pestare, to 'pound' or 'crush' - which is where we get the word 'pesto' from.
- Dollop on eggs or avocado toast
- Mix with yogurt as a marinade
- Add into burger mix
- Marinade meat, fish and vegetables