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Moroccan Seasoning Ras El Hanout

McCormick Gourmet™ Moroccan Seasoning Ras El Hanout

Explore exotic Morocco with this Ras El Hanout style blend of cinnamon, cumin, black and red peppers and turmeric. Use in chicken and lamb stews, kabobs and couscous.
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Create authentic recipes for chicken or lamb stews, kabobs, meatballs and couscous.

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This product has no significant nutritional value.

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  • Love this!! I used to make my own blend like this from scratch. This blend makes me so easy to prepare the meal. However I can't find it anywhere anymore ������So sad.

    Michi | January 09, 2017 | Reply

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  • Please tell me who still carries it! Our household is Moroccan American and we used it ALL THE TIME!

    Umm Ayoub | November 05, 2016 | Reply

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  • We love it! Unfortunately, it's almost impossible to find now. At least it's not been discontinued like a lot of the McCormick blends we used to buy.

    Dragonfire | July 31, 2016 | Reply

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    Moderator | June 23, 2017 | Reply

  • Love this product! My husband is moroccan and we use this spice all the time it's great with grilling, stews, chili, and baking! It is very authentic and tasty

    Janelle Zahir | January 11, 2016 | Reply

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  • Love, love, love it! I sprinkle McCormick's Morracan Spice and salt on my califlower, toss it with coconut oil then roast it. Amazing!

    TemporaryInVanity | March 07, 2014 | Reply

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  • I used this to make Kurdish food I tried while in Kirkuk. Not an exact match but close enough for me to buy it any time I can find it!

    David | January 26, 2014 | Reply

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