Sumac tastes fruity and sour. Therefore, it is used in numerous countries similar to lemon. In the Arab world, it enhances stews of all kinds, kebabs, dips and salads.
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Sumac has been used as a medicine and spice since ancient times. It has a fruity-sour taste and is therefore often used for dishes that are otherwise refined with vinegar or lemon. Especially in the Middle East and throughout the Arab world, sumac is used to season numerous stews based on chicken, lamb, fish and vegetables. But the sour powder is also used for yogurt dips, salads and eggplant, lentil or chickpea puree. For Turkish, Syrian, Lebanese, Iranian and Georgian cuisine sumac is indispensable.
Use the powder in quantity according to taste. It can be used before cooking, as a marinade, during cooking or after as a table condiment.
Fattoush, kebab, chelo, zahtar.
Chili, garlic, coriander, cumin, mint, parsley, sesame, thyme.