Sumac has slightly tangy, citrus-like tones and is often used in Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cooking as souring agent similar to how lemon, tamarind or vinegar are used in other parts of the world. Less tart than lemon juice it can be sprinkled over food before serving to add a bit of sour and adds a beautiful pop of color to any dish.
Sumac pairs well with vegetables, grilled lamb, chicken and fish. Used as a topping on fattoush salad, try a sprinkle of Sumac on dips like hummus!
Storage & handling: Store sealed away from heat and light.
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