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Sumac (grain)

Sumac (grain)

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Sumac is a spice commonly used in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine. The sumac plant belongs to the Anacardiaceae family, and sumac fruit is usually red in color with a sour taste.

Taste and Aroma: Sumac has a tangy and slightly tart flavor. Its aroma is quite distinctive and adds a unique taste to dishes.

Uses: Sumac is typically used in salads, appetizers, meat dishes, rice and soups, as well as in sauces and marinades. Additionally, sumac is a popular choice for kebabs and stuffed dishes.

Color and Appearance: Sumac fruit is bright red in color and is ground into powder after drying. Sumac powder has a fine texture and adds a beautiful color and texture when added to dishes.

Usage: Sumac is often used in the final stages of cooking or when serving. It can be sprinkled on salads, added to meat sauce, or mixed into soups.

Sumac is a versatile spice that adds a delicious tangy flavor and a pleasant red color. It is often used in small quantities, so its nutritional values are relatively low. However, it contains some nutrients and health benefits. Here are some typical nutritional values for 100 grams of sumac:

  • Energy: 240-300 kcal
  • Protein: 4-6 grams
  • Fat: 3-5 grams
  • Carbohydrates: 50-60 grams
  • Fiber: 20-25 grams
  • Vitamin C: 25-50 mg
  • Calcium: 100-150 mg
  • Iron: 10-20 mg
  • Potassium: 1500-2000 mg

Here are a few recipes you can make using sumac:

  • Sumac Chicken Kebab
  • Sumac Potato Salad
  • Sumac Stuffed Cabbage Leaves
  • Sumac Yogurt Salad
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