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Pine Nuts | Halal Pantry- My Halal Kitchen

Pine Nuts

Pine nuts, often referred to as pignole (Italian) in the culinary world, are a beautiful addition to so many of my favorite recipes. Pine nuts are the seed from pine cones of the pinyon tree or stone pine, which produce larger seeds that the type of pine trees in the Midwest and the main reason we can’t just grow pine nuts ...

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Zaffron

Zaffron, also known as azafran or osfer, are actually the threads of the safflower plant and serve as a common alternative to the expensive threads of the crocus flower, saffron. It does not have the same flavor as saffron, but it will color foods in a similar way. You can typically find these threads in Mexican stores as well as Middle Eastern or Mediterranean markets in the ...

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Quail Eggs | My Halal Kitchen Pantry

Quail Eggs

Quail eggs are tiny eggs that can be cooked just like your average egg, although some chefs like to add it raw to many dishes. If you decide to eat it raw, make sure you have purchased it from an absolutely reliable and clean source. Quail eggs are commonly found in Asian markets and may also be purchased through your ...

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Preserved Lemons | My Halal Kitchen Pantry

Preserved Lemons

If there’s one ingredient that says “Moroccan cooking” it’s preserved lemons. They’re smaller than most lemons found in the U.S. and also sweeter. Traditionally preserved in salt and lemon juice, they are used in tagines, stews and other dishes after the lemons have had time to sit in a tightly sealed jar for several weeks. Once the jar is opened ...

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