didi davis food Sumac Pepper Salt is bright, floral, fruity with an undercurrent of heat. Sumac berries are prized in eastern Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cooking for their striking ruby color and tart flavor. Lampung peppercorns are shade-grown to protect them from harsh sunlight, heat, and wind, thus maintaining a high essential oil content. Gives these peppercorns a smooth, yet pungent, chile-like heat.
Scatter Sumac Pepper Salt over simply dressed salads, on seafood, poultry, lamb, rice or bulgur dishes, kebabs, yogurt dishes and sauces, tomatoes, vegetables (especially onions or eggplant), grilled or toasted bread drizzled with olive oil, fruit dishes. Use in dipping oils, marinades, or dry rubs.