No, I& not talking about the wild stuff growing in your backyard that once gave you an itchy rash. While it is related, the sumac I& talking about is far from poisonous, and makes a wonderfully delicious addition to any spice cupboard.
Take hash browns to a whole new level with these sumac-spiced spaghetti squash and two-potato hash! Because these are spiralized instead of diced, they get extra crispy on the outside and are quicker to cook, making breakfast even easier.
Q: My future father-in-law just brought back a big jar of sumac from a trip abroad. I've looked up a bunch of information on how to use this fascinating new spice, but I was wondering you had any great recipes to recommend?
Learn all about the health benefits of sumac and uses of sumac here as well as finding lots of sumac recipes. The spice sumac, or sumach, isn't an herb. It's a berry that grows on a Mediterranean bush, and very few people know about it.