Source: The Gourmet Retailer
This marmalade transports you down the Silk Road, thru musky, Oud-scented kasbahs and bustling markets with clouds of spices lingering in the air. The cinnamon gives it a bit of Christmas flair, and makes you feel warm, cozy and hankering for a fireplace. This Spiced Raisin Marmalata features ebony nuggets that hang in a sweet and spicy syrup, honoring Ras al Hanout, North Africa’s signature blend of rose petals, cinnamon, and cardamom. Use it to bake a spiced version of a traditional oatmeal raisin cookie, spoon it into a Linzer cookie or replace traditional mincemeat in holiday pies. While the peppery flavor pairs with game, pork, poultry and cheeses, riff on a PB&J with feta and pine nuts for an East meets West treat. Or, simply drizzle this smoky syrup on creamy porridge.