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Have you ever seen a recipe that called for “harissa paste”, but not sure what it was? I went there.
In my first days of cooking, I either skipped it altogether or as an alternative to whatever hot sauce I had.
It contains simple ingredients such as red pepper, garlic, vinegar, and spices,
and is perfect for adding smoothness and warmth to dishes such as hummus, lentil, pasta sauce, and more.
I usually buy Harissa at the store, but lately, I want to cook mine, so I can control the spice level – some can be quite hot, which can add to your food. Let me show you how easy it is to make fresh Harrisa paste at home (and adjust the heat to your liking) in just 30 minutes!
The ingredients for Harissa paste are very simple. The two hands you don’t have are dried chilies – which most grocery stores carry, and are easy to find online – and caraway seeds, which add a mild licorice flavor. Caraway seed is a common ingredient in Harvest paste, but if you don’t have one, don’t fret – just leave them out or compensate with other spices.
First, reinsert your chili in warm water, then remove the stems and seeds. While this is happening, toast your whole cumin and coriander seeds and grind them in mortar and pestle. If you do not have a mortar and pestle, just add it to the food processor to blend later.
After this, before adding lemon juice
and vinegar, add smoked paprika, salt, and garlic and mix again.
Once all your ingredients are added to the food processor, blend into a smooth paste. Apply olive oil near the end to make a creamy, smooth sauce. If avoiding oil, either leave or sub-water for a similar effect.
Harissa can be add to dishes like my
Moroccan-Spiced Eggplant and Tomato Stew, Saucy Moroccan-Spiced Lentils, and Smoky Harissa Eggplant Dip. But it’s great for adding flavor, nuance, and smoky seasoning to just about any dish,
including hummus, salad dressings, pasta sauces, soups, and more!
If you are into DIY sauces and spices, you will also love our Humus from
Scratch, Easy Green Curry Paste, Easy Red Curry Paste, Easy Oil-Free
Vegetarian Wrench Dressing, and DIY Curry Powder!
- Put dry chili in a mixing bowl or measuring cup and cover it with warm water. (We used a mixture of mild New Mexico chilies and hot peppers (chiles de Arbol). Adjust its ratio to the preferred spice level. Re-activate once submerged, covered, and steaming for 15–20 minutes). To cancel.
- Meanwhile, pour cumin and coriander seeds into a small bowl and toast for a few minutes over medium heat, or until fragrant and they begin to pop. Then transfer to a mortar and pestle (if you don't have one, just add to a food processor to mix later), and crush into a fine powder.
- Then add caraway seeds, minced garlic, smoked paprika and salt, and mix. Then add lemon juice and vinegar and mix until you get a paste. Transfer the paste to the food processor and add tomato paste. To cancel.
- Once the children are dehydrated, remove the stems and seeds (I recommend wearing gloves to protect your hands), then add them to the food processor. At this point, all the ingredients (except olive oil) should be in the food processor.
- Blend for 1-2 minutes, scraping downwards until a smooth paste is obtained. Then flow in 1/4 cup of olive oil, blending to make saucer consistency (see photo). (Add more oil (or water) as needed until the desired consistency is achieved.)
- Taste and adjust the flavor as needed, more lemon or vinegar for acidity, paprika for smokey, tomato paste for the depth of flavor, or salt to taste.
- Scoop the paste into jars to store in the refrigerator for 1 month. If storing in the freezer, we recommend storing in an ice cube tray in a freezing, freezer-safe container for up to 2 months. Add cubes directly to hot foods (such as stews or cooked sauces). Leave to thaw before adding to cold foods (such as dressings or dip).