Make your own, Easy Curry Powder Recipe, Creole Seasoning Recipe, Jamaican Jerk Sauce, Vegan BBQ Sauce. Vegan Tzatziki Sauce. It is especially important if you are gluten-intolerant or a Celiac to make sure that the seasonings and sauces you use in your recipes are gluten-free to avoid suffering the effects of gluten exposure.
Making your own homemade shawarma seasoning reduces the possibility of ingesting a store bought spice blend with added gluten. In a 2013 Survey Of Gluten In Spices, from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA). It was found that 24% of the spices tested (24 out of 268) had detectable levels of gluten.
Fortunately, USA and Canada require gluten-containing ingredients to be declared on the labels however, in facilities that are not totally gluten-free, cross-contamination may occur.
Whether you are gluten-free or not, making your own spice blends are best:
- You get to chose what goes in your blend. You get to use fresh herbs and spices so the flavor will be more potent.
- You can control the spice level, you can eliminate the chili or cayenne pepper or add more or less.
- You can control the amount of sodium.
- It is so lovely to give your spice blends as gifts.
Shawarma Seasoning Ingredients
Making your own Shawarma spice blend is so easy, the main flavors come from the cumin, allspice, and paprika. I used smoked paprika for more flavor to imitate the smoky grilled flavor of traditional shawarma.
- Smoked Paprika
- Cayenne Pepper
How To Make Shawarma Seasoning?
This is a quick and easy spice blend, all you do is add the spices to a glass jar and shake to blend. Store in a cool dry place for 8 months. Delicious addition for rice, curries, scrambled tofu, steamed, baked or grilled vegetables. Use Shawarma seasoning recipe for making Shawarma Tofu.
Add Shawarma Seasoning To Boost These Recipes
- 28 kcal / 117 kJ
- 1 g
- 6 g
- 4 min
- Ready in:
- 4 min
- Combine the spices in an airtight container and shake to blend.
- Store in a cool dry place for 8 months.