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Thursday, April 2, 2009

Mit’mit’a Ethiopian Spice Recipe

Mit’mit’a spice recipe African herb and spice blend.




There are more exciting spices in your food life than just salt and pepper. The basic art of traditional African cooking lies in the blending of herbs and spices to yield delicate distinctions in the flavor of food.

Add taste to your everyday vegetables, poultry, lamb, beef, pork, BBQ and chutneys with Mit’mit’a Spice Recipe. No more excuses for serving your family and friends boring ordinary food.

Just like all of The African Gourmet recipes all the ingredients for the Ethiopian Mit'mit'a spice recipe are found at your local grocery store.


Ethiopian Mit’mit’a Spice Recipe

Yield about 1/4 cup

Ingredients
2 tablespoons dried ground piri piri pepper
1 teaspoon cardamom
½ teaspoon cloves
1 teaspoon salt


Directions

Mix all ingredients in a bowl and store in airtight container away from light and heat.




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