Yield: Yields about 1/2 cup
This simplified version of the famous Moroccan spice blend contains only spices that are easy to find in grocery stores. Use ras el hanout to add warm spice flavor to any stew, or try dusting it over a rack of lamb or pork before roasting.
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I made my own ras el hanout last year using the formula shown in the Feb/Mar 2011 Fine Cooking and used it on the Spiced Rabbit recipe which gave it a nice depth of flavor. We may be making a new batch of the ras el hanout this year as holiday gifts. It is a very versatile seasoning.
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