harissa lamb Ray’s and Stark Bar

The harissa spice-rubbed lamb belly at Ray’s and Stark Bar inside the Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Harissa adds more than spice to Mediterranean dishes

Chefs like North African condiment’s complexity

Harissa, the zesty Tunisian sauce typically made with chiles, garlic, cumin, coriander, caraway and olive oil, is not just for couscous anymore. Chefs of all ethnic backgrounds at restaurants of all kinds are increasingly serving it with everything from seafood to cheese, and even in chicken wraps.

According to recent research from Datassential MenuTrends, a slew of Mediterranean ingredients have begun showing up on more menus in recent years. Harissa is among the fastest growing Me

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