, is a crimson-colored tart powder, used to elevate many popular Middle Eastern dishes
Is Sumac Poisonous?
Many people mistake edible sumac for poison sumac.
• Sumac shrubs with red berries are edible
• Green or white berries are not edible
What does Sumac Taste Like?
Sumac has a mouth-puckering tart flavor that some describe as peppery.
To me, Sumac is sour, salty, and tangy, not peppery at all!
Use SUMAC to make
Sumac Marinated Onions
Or some AMAZING
Mix it into salad dressing...
Sprinkle some SUMAC on Grilled Kabobs...
Where can you buy Sumac?
at any Middle Eastern market or Amazon (link)
What if you don't want to wait?
You can make a great substitute with just 3 ingredients!!!
How to make a SUMAC substitute
Grind sea salt, citric acid, and lemon zest with a morter and pestle.
Although this recipe will do in a pinch, nothing compares to actual SUMAC, so do yourself a favor and get the REAL thing! Go, now!
For a detailed recipe and more SUMAC information, check out the recipe below!