Natural Preserved Lemon Slices (organic) Image

Natural Preserved Lemon Slices (organic)

No other ingredient, apart from Harissa, exemplifies Tunisian cooking as well as preserved lemons. Your favorite lemons are now sliced in a smaller jar for easy use, then preserved – while the Mahjoubs add a mild red pepper to the jar to create an additional layer of flavor. As with all of the Mahjoub products,…

Tunisian Baklouti Harissa (organic) Image

Tunisian Baklouti Harissa (organic)

Baklouti Harissa is made from red baklouti peppers, Mahjoub EVOO, garlic, salt, coriander, and caraway seeds —all organic. Baklouti peppers (Capsicum annuum) are a traditional pepper used in Tunisian cuisine. This Tunisian condiment adds a smoky heat and spice to enhance almost any dish. This condiment is truly the “terroir of Tunisia.” 

Extra Virgin Olive Oil (organic) Image

Extra Virgin Olive Oil (organic)

Nestled in the fertile Mejerda Valley of the south Mediterranean, women farmers handpick Chetoui olives from unspoiled sun-soaked Tunisian land. Stone milling and decanting a la feuille (by hand) creates an elegant oil for both cooking and finishing. Soft and clean on the palate, this unfiltered oil is the color of green apples with aromas…

M’Hamsa Hand-rolled Couscous stored with peppers (organic) Image

M’Hamsa Hand-rolled Couscous stored with peppers (organic)

In Tunisia, this product is called M’hamsa, which translates into sun-dried wheat grains. Made from a North African semolina made from crushed durum wheat, M’hamsa is produced in the traditional Berber method. Production begins by mixing semolina with olive oil, water, and salt, which is then pushed through screens or a sieve to create small…

M’Hamsa Hand-rolled Whole Wheat Couscous (organic) Image

M’Hamsa Hand-rolled Whole Wheat Couscous (organic)

In Tunisia, this product is called M’hamsa, which translates into sun-dried wheat grains. Made from a North African semolina made from crushed durum wheat, M’hamsa is produced in the traditional Berber method. Production begins by mixing semolina with olive oil, water, and salt, which is then pushed through screens or a sieve to create small…

Natural Meski Olives & Harissa (organic) Image

Natural Meski Olives & Harissa (organic)

This plump green olive variety, known for its meaty flesh, is native to Tunisia. To preserve the integrity of the fruit in the process of debittering, instead of crushing the olives, the Mahjoubs carefully open each olive with a slight incision by hand. Once they are cured for a minimum of nine months, the olives are bottled in Mahjoub…

Natural Meski Olives & Garlic & Wild Herbs (organic) Image

Natural Meski Olives & Garlic & Wild Herbs (organic)

This plump green olive variety, known for its meaty flesh, is native to Tunisia. To preserve the integrity of the fruit in the process of debittering, instead of crushing the olives, the Mahjoubs carefully open each olive with a slight incision by hand. Once they are cured for a minimum of nine months, the olives are bottled in Mahjoub Extra…

Natural Meski Olives with Lemon & Fennel (organic) Image

Natural Meski Olives with Lemon & Fennel (organic)

This plump green olive variety, known for its meaty flesh, is native to Tunisia. To preserve the integrity of the fruit in the process of debittering, instead of crushing the olives, the Mahjoubs carefully open each olive with a slight incision by hand. Once they are cured for a minimum of nine months, the olives are bottled in brine…

Natural Sahli Olives (organic) Image

Natural Sahli Olives (organic)

Native to Tunisia, these tiny, dark violet colored olives are hand-picked, placed in a natural brine, and allowed to soak for nine months. The resulting olives have a firm flesh and light salt content. As with all of the Mahjoub products, this is produced using traditional farming methods with no additives or artificial processes. This…

M’Hamsa Hand-rolled Couscous (organic) Image

M’Hamsa Hand-rolled Couscous (organic)

In Tunisia, this product is called M’hamsa, which translates into sun-dried wheat grains. Made from a North African semolina made from crushed durum wheat, M’hamsa is produced in the traditional Berber method. Production begins by mixing semolina with olive oil, water, and salt, which is then pushed through screens or a sieve to create small…