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Mild Harissa
Mild Harissa
Mild Harissa

Mild Harissa

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Harissa is the central condiment that sits atop every kitchen table in Morocco. Our mild harissa gently elevates any dish, from tagine and couscous to meats, seafood, vegetables, eggs, pastas, and soups. Made with just six simple ingredients (red bell pepper, red chile pepper, garlic, extra virgin olive oil, vinegar, and salt), this mild-but-zesty harissa is perfect as a sauce, spread, dip, or drizzled over nearly any dish.

  • All-natural
  • Non-GMO Project Verified
  • Vegan
  • Kosher
  • Gluten-free
  • Soy-free
  • Dairy-free
  • No sugar, preservatives, or artificial color or flavoring

INGREDIENTS

Red Bell Pepper, Red Chili Pepper, Garlic, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Vinegar, Salt

Customer Reviews

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robreader
Adds just enough spice to tantalize palates that can't tolerate too much heat.

I have not used the product yet but my daughter uses it in vegetable dishes and fish. It is delicious. My sister, who can't tolerate too much spice has loved the dishes my daughter has prepared with it. It adds delicious flavor to whatever it tops. I look forward to trying it myself.

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Barbara R.
ages 1-6 all loved it. Next jar

Never had Harissa Sauce till we tried this one. We were to host a family party and I wanted to make a new carrot side dish with Harissa and honey. Decided to try the mild version first. It was fabulous! Everyone wants the recipe. My grandchildren, ages 1-6 all loved it. Next jar, I’ll try the spicy Harissa.

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Cathleen rivera
a flavor bomb

I love this spice, think it is underrated. Adds great flavor to any soup, meat, or dip. Highly recommend for a marinade.

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Anonymous
Authentic Harissa. Only Natural Ingredients. Don't Attempt to Substitute Sambal Oelek for this Un...

I first learned about Harissa Pepper Sauce (Paste) in my nutrition class at the culinary academy. Until then, when I wanted to use a spicy chili or peppery sauce or paste, I usually used Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce, Sambal Oelek Chili Paste, Chili Garlic Sauce, Gochujang Red Chile Paste, Piri Piri (Peri Peri) Sauce, etc.

I had probably never tried Harissa because its pretty hard to find at the usual supermarkets. For my class recipe, I had to go to a market that specializes in gourmet food ingredients and, lucky for me, they carried the Mina Red Harissa Pepper Sauce, in both the Mild and Spicy versions. I had initial tried the Spicy version and fell in love instantly. After looking for it online, I discovered that Mina also has a Green Pepper version - something I will try soon.

At any rate, I mainly use it in rice pilaf recipes. I also often make quinoa. Sometimes I make the quinoa Moroccan pilaf style and include about two tablespoons of Mina Harissa to one cup of dry quinoa, usually along with other herbs and spices. Of course, its uses are endless.

Some online blogs and cooking sites say that Sambal Oelek is a good or acceptable substitute for Harissa. I don't agree that this is the case at all. Just look at the ingredients:

Mina Harissa (Mild):
Ingredients: Red Bell Pepper, Red Chili Pepper, Garlic, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Vinegar, Salt.

Sambal Oelek:
Chili, salt, distilled vinegar, potassium sorbate and sodium bisulfite as preservatives and xanthan gum.Contains: Sulphite (Sodium Bisulfite). May contain traces of garlic.

In looking at the ingredients, it is very obvious why the two are not interchangeable, and additionally, if you are thinking of your and your family's health, why you would want to opt for Mina Harissa.

Once you open the jar, plan to use it up relatively quickly as it will not keep in the fridge forever. I would say about 3-4 weeks, but it depends on where in the fridge it is kept, how often the door is open, temperature that the fridge is set at, etc., and also, very importantly, be very sure to use a clean utensil each and every time.

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Anonymous
Great spicy Sauce

Love it but even though it says mild it tends to be on the spicy side. Mixed it with spaghetti sauce to cool it off a bit

A
Alexa
Delicious!!!

We love roasted red peppers with crackers. I decided to try this instead since the roasted red peppers can be messy. I am glad that I did. This is even better with a great flavor and not messy. So delicious! Add to cart!!

P
Pompton Tom
Add another layer that makes your taste buds dance!

Adds a little zip to your food. It can liven up numerour dishes.

C
Cristina M C
Nice spicy peppers sauce

I use it over grilled eggplants along with some lemon juice over it.
I also use it in a summer pasta dish to give it a little spicy twist.
The sauce is very versatile, good in soups too. Love it!

M
Mark H.
great

Adds a mild kick to my cooking

A
Anonymous
Five Stars

so yummy and so many uses !

Customer Reviews

Based on 145 reviews
100%
(145)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
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r
robreader
Adds just enough spice to tantalize palates that can't tolerate too much heat.

I have not used the product yet but my daughter uses it in vegetable dishes and fish. It is delicious. My sister, who can't tolerate too much spice has loved the dishes my daughter has prepared with it. It adds delicious flavor to whatever it tops. I look forward to trying it myself.

B
Barbara R.
ages 1-6 all loved it. Next jar

Never had Harissa Sauce till we tried this one. We were to host a family party and I wanted to make a new carrot side dish with Harissa and honey. Decided to try the mild version first. It was fabulous! Everyone wants the recipe. My grandchildren, ages 1-6 all loved it. Next jar, I’ll try the spicy Harissa.

C
Cathleen rivera
a flavor bomb

I love this spice, think it is underrated. Adds great flavor to any soup, meat, or dip. Highly recommend for a marinade.

A
Anonymous
Authentic Harissa. Only Natural Ingredients. Don't Attempt to Substitute Sambal Oelek for this Un...

I first learned about Harissa Pepper Sauce (Paste) in my nutrition class at the culinary academy. Until then, when I wanted to use a spicy chili or peppery sauce or paste, I usually used Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce, Sambal Oelek Chili Paste, Chili Garlic Sauce, Gochujang Red Chile Paste, Piri Piri (Peri Peri) Sauce, etc.

I had probably never tried Harissa because its pretty hard to find at the usual supermarkets. For my class recipe, I had to go to a market that specializes in gourmet food ingredients and, lucky for me, they carried the Mina Red Harissa Pepper Sauce, in both the Mild and Spicy versions. I had initial tried the Spicy version and fell in love instantly. After looking for it online, I discovered that Mina also has a Green Pepper version - something I will try soon.

At any rate, I mainly use it in rice pilaf recipes. I also often make quinoa. Sometimes I make the quinoa Moroccan pilaf style and include about two tablespoons of Mina Harissa to one cup of dry quinoa, usually along with other herbs and spices. Of course, its uses are endless.

Some online blogs and cooking sites say that Sambal Oelek is a good or acceptable substitute for Harissa. I don't agree that this is the case at all. Just look at the ingredients:

Mina Harissa (Mild):
Ingredients: Red Bell Pepper, Red Chili Pepper, Garlic, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Vinegar, Salt.

Sambal Oelek:
Chili, salt, distilled vinegar, potassium sorbate and sodium bisulfite as preservatives and xanthan gum.Contains: Sulphite (Sodium Bisulfite). May contain traces of garlic.

In looking at the ingredients, it is very obvious why the two are not interchangeable, and additionally, if you are thinking of your and your family's health, why you would want to opt for Mina Harissa.

Once you open the jar, plan to use it up relatively quickly as it will not keep in the fridge forever. I would say about 3-4 weeks, but it depends on where in the fridge it is kept, how often the door is open, temperature that the fridge is set at, etc., and also, very importantly, be very sure to use a clean utensil each and every time.

A
Anonymous
Great spicy Sauce

Love it but even though it says mild it tends to be on the spicy side. Mixed it with spaghetti sauce to cool it off a bit

A
Alexa
Delicious!!!

We love roasted red peppers with crackers. I decided to try this instead since the roasted red peppers can be messy. I am glad that I did. This is even better with a great flavor and not messy. So delicious! Add to cart!!

P
Pompton Tom
Add another layer that makes your taste buds dance!

Adds a little zip to your food. It can liven up numerour dishes.

C
Cristina M C
Nice spicy peppers sauce

I use it over grilled eggplants along with some lemon juice over it.
I also use it in a summer pasta dish to give it a little spicy twist.
The sauce is very versatile, good in soups too. Love it!

M
Mark H.
great

Adds a mild kick to my cooking

A
Anonymous
Five Stars

so yummy and so many uses !

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