Sumac: One of Our Most Popular and Delicious Spices

There are some spices that, when applied to food, have a magical ability to bring out the best in a particular dish and make it even more flavorful. Sumac is one such spice. Here at Moby Dick House of Kabob, we love sumac—and so do our guests! That’s why we use it in so many of our dishes and offer it to our guests as a condiment. As you’ll soon find out, the origins and applications of this spice are actually quite fascinating.

Sumac Origins

The sumac spice comes from the sumac bush, which is native to the Middle East. Sumac spice is created by drying the deep red berries of the sumac bush and grinding them into a fine powder. Sumac is famous for its distinct flavor, which is somewhat similar to lemon but not quite as tart.

Here at Moby Dick House of Kabob, we use sumac in a variety of dry rubs, marinades, and dressings. We include this spice in many of our dishes because our aim is always to create the best flavors and meals possible. Sumac is a unique spice that adds a certain delectable pop to our dishes.

Tasty and Fresh

All of the sumac that we use is sourced from extremely high-quality vendors. Sumac goes very well with hummus, grilled vegetables, and meats. For this reason, we use it in many of our kabobs.

If you have never tried sumac, then you are in for a real treat! It will make your meal taste incredibly good and leave your taste buds very satisfied. Because it is associated with the Middle East, it also brings an exotic feel to your meal.

If you already know about this wonderful spice, you’ll be pleased with the taste and quality of the sumac that we use. Feel free to order any of our dishes that contain sumac—you’ll be glad you did!

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