Just a pinch of sumac, the spice-of-the-moment, can liven up anything from grilled fish to your morning eggs
Sumac – foodies everywhere are dusting in on their salads, rubbing it into meat or simply adding a little to their hummus to give it some zing. This tangy, lemony spice is here to stay. Here are 10 delicious ways to bring sumac to the table...
1. Sumac sweet potato wedges
Add a dusting of citrusy sumac to wedges for a delicious balance of sweet and (a little bit) sour flavour.
Whether you're a veggie or just trying out meat-free Mondays, you can liven up your veg by sprinkling on sumac and drizzling over olive oil before roasting.
Swap the full English for this Turkish delight – menemen is eggs served with tomatoes, chilli, cumin, parsley and a generous helping of sumac-infused yogurt.
Pair sumac with lime zest and fennel and you’ve got yourself a seriously tasty spice-rub.
A fresh take on a classic – and one way to spice up breakfast in bed.
This spicy cumin and sumac recipe decorated with pomegranate seeds is perfect for Moroccan-inspired dinner parties.
Possibly the most delicious flavour combo for popcorn... Za'atar is a spicy mix of thyme, sesame and sumac.
A pinch of sumac livens up an ordinary salad dressing. Much better than your average vinaigrette.
Give your meatballs some TLC with cumin, coriander and, you've guessed it, sumac.
Sumac works in puds, too – simply sprinkle a little over vanilla poached pears for a unique treat.
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