Sumac means red, which is the typical colour of this spice. It comes from berries which are crushed then dried. Its history is quite mysterious, but it seems that it was known by the Romans and used during the Middle Ages. It is a fruity spice, with an acid but delicate taste, which deteriorates with cooking because of heat. SUR LES QUAIS recommends cooking for a short period. Thanks to its lemon taste, it will replace lemon in various recipes. Sumac perfumes seafood and fish in Lebanon and Syria, salads in Turkey, poultry, meatballs, skewers and stews in Iran and Georgia. It perfumes stuffing, rice, vegetables or bread. Mixed with yoghurt and herbs, it makes an excellent side sauce!
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