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Skhug, a popular Middle Eastern condiment, brings spice to the table in a hot sauce form. Traditional ingredients like cumin and cardamom combine with the heat of Thai bird chilies, freshly chopped herbs, olive oil and tangy lemon juice to create a versatile topping for savory breakfast bowls and a whole lot more. Is it just us or is breakfast about to get a little hotter?
Mix all ingredients in medium bowl until well blended.
Refrigerate at least 30 minutes to blend flavors or until ready to serve.