Sumac, a berry that comes from a small shrub, has long been used as a flavoring ingredient in the middle east and Europe. This cured sumac comes from Gaziantep, Turkey, where instead of being dried, it is chopped and packed in salt to preserve the flavor. The bright acidity of both sumac berries bring out a citrusy, tart dimension to any dish. We love including this cured sumac in zingy lemon dressing, hummus, fattoush or on chicken, fish or any dish needing a citrus burst.
Sumac Cured, Turkish Recipes
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