Harissa Moroccan Spice

Product code: HARIR1
Medium Moroccan flavour


A real Moroccan treat!  So versatile with it's hot, but fresh chilli and mint flavour. It's excellent as a rub on lamb. If you are looking for Harissa paste, then look no further. Simply add oil to achieve the desired consistency. The great thing about having a powder to make the paste is you can make as little or as much as you need. Also the dry spice will keep for much longer than the ready-made pastes.

Try as a rub on meats, add to cous cous or pasta, use to stir fry some veg; it's great in soups and stews; add to cold meats with a little oil for a great sandwich; it's great on roasted spuds and it also will make a great dip if you put it in Greek yoghurt.

Hot & Spicy Harissa Lamb

You will need:

  • Some top quality lamb chops from your friendly local butcher
  • A glug of Olive Oil
  • 1 Tablespoon of Nature Kitchen Harissa


  1. Pre-heat your oven to 220° (Gas Mark 7)
  2. Mix your Harissa with a glug of the olive oil to make a paste.
  3. Massage the paste into the Lamb chops (add more Harissa if you like it spicy!!)
  4. Sear the chops in a smoking hot, heavy based pan for 4 minutes either side until they're crispy and browned.
  5. Pop them into the oven for around 8 minutes (more or less time depending on how you like it!)

Serve with stuffed peppers and melted, oozing goats cheese...yummy, food heaven!!

Nutrition Facts  
Serv.  Size:  ONE TEASPOON PER TWO PORTIONS  (10 g) ,  
Servings:  6,  Amount  Per  Serving:  Calories  15, 
Fat Cal. 5, 
Total Fat  0.5g  (1% DV), 
Sat. Fat  0g  (0% DV), 
Trans Fat 0g, 
Cholest.  0mg  (0% DV), 
Sodium  360mg  (15% DV), 
Total Carb.  3g  (1% DV), 
Fiber 1g (4% DV), 
Sugars 0g, 
Protein  1 g, 
Vitamin A (15% DV), 
Vitamin C (0% DV), 
Calcium (4% DV), 
Iron (10% DV). 
Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.



Vegetarian & Vegan friendly.
All of our products are blended in an area containing nuts & seeds



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Jack from Newbury -

Great shop

Sam Rowling from Plymouth -

Harissa is one of my favourite blends, I use it in my homemade meatballs and burgers, gives them a slight kick and lots of flavour. Has lasted for ages, really good value for money.

Brand Nature Kitchen
Condition New
Product Code HARIR1
Weight 0.06kg