Chef John's Harissa Sauce
Red peppers, habanero peppers, and Fresno chiles combine to make this flavorful Tunisian hot sauce a perfect addition to spice up any meal!
Here are some of our favorite recipes featuring harissa! Add it to cooked veggies, baked fish, stews, grilled chicken, scrambled eggs, fried potatoes, and more.
Grilled portobello mushrooms are filled with mashed cannellini beans and harissa sauce in this vegetarian appetizer with bold flavors.
Harissa is a popular spicy condiment. It's a homemade pepper paste that is sure to add an extra kick to just about anything and is widely in Tunisian cuisine.
This is a true and tested harissa paste recipe that's easy to make at home with fresh chili peppers and toasted spices.
Fiery harissa and smoky paprika in a mayonnaise base stand up to the distinctive flavor of the mighty wild salmon. The fish is baked with lemon and onion, then broiled for a nicely browned finish.
Harissa is quick and easy to make from dried chili peppers and tastes infinitely better than store-bought.
Harissa is a spicy, smoky, peppery red chili paste originally hails from Tunisia, and it is common in Middle Eastern and North African cooking. And if you're looking to step up your condiment game, then welcoming harissa into your life is a great place to start.
Harissa powder is the ground spice blend of the spicy, earthy North African paste with a base of smoked chili peppers that can be used as a seasoning or a dry rub on meats.
This spicy tomato sauce gets its flavor from harissa, a bright red Tunisian chile pepper paste.