Amaarech's New Products + 25% Discount!
Amaarech
by Helen Mebrate
1y ago
Selam! At Amaarech, we bring you the authentic flavours of Ethiopia, carefully crafted with sustainably sourced ingredients. We're thrilled to introduce a new range of spice blends, flours, and kitchen accessories, designed to heighten your culinary experience. Plus, enjoy a special 25% discount in July (use code SUMMERSPICE25 at checkout) as our way of thanking you. Let's dive in and discover the treasures awaiting you! Introducing Our New Spice Blends Ethiopian Spiced Tea Blend: Soothe your senses with our unique blend inspired by traditional Ethiopian tea (shai). Infuse hot beverages, add ..read more
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Addis Ababa Food and Travel Guide
Amaarech
by Helen Mebrate
1y ago
Once a year I go to Ethiopia to visit my family. It's one of the best times of the year. Not only do I get to see my loved ones, I also get to relax and enjoy myself. I have put together this food and travel guide for those of you thinking about visiting Addis Ababa and in need of inspiration. If you're transiting through Addis Ababa, consider staying for a few days. There are many reasons to extend your layover. How to get to Addis Ababa First things first. To get to Ethiopia, you'll need to book your flight to Addis Ababa. Addis Ababa is Ethiopia's capital and the sixth highest city in the w ..read more
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Tibs Qimmem (Ethiopian Roasting Spice Blend) - Newest addition!
Amaarech
by Helen Mebrate
1y ago
As those of you who follow ,@ethiopianfoodie on instagram know, I was in Ethiopia to visit family and restock our pantry! Amaarech and I also worked on an exciting new spice blend. We are calling it ',Tibs Qimmem.' Tibs translates to "fry" or "roast" and Qimmem translates to "spice." As it mainly contains rosemary, it has a dark green colour. Other than rosemary, tibs qimmem is enriched with korerima (Ethiopian cardamom) and garlic. The blend can be used to flavour veggie, fish, or meat dishes. Our blend is particularly suited to enliven casseroles, oven roasts, and stir-fries. Use sparingly ..read more
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Essential Spices to make Ethiopian Food! Welcoming the flavour bombs!
Amaarech
by Helen Mebrate
1y ago
They're finally here! We've been working hard to deliver five new flavour bombs to you. We're glad to announce that we are now adding to our shop: Qibbeh Manteria, Mekelesha, Nech Qimmem, Tikur Qimmem, and Korerima. These blends are essential to Ethiopian cooking and you will find them in every Ethiopian pantry. Each has its own distinct profile and use. What's great about these blends is that you can start using them immediately. Just add a pinch to your favourite Ethiopian dishes, and you will taste the difference immediately. For example, to make miser wot (lentil stew) you will need some ..read more
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New shiro blend available — limut shiro
Amaarech
by Helen Mebrate
1y ago
As those of you who follow me on Instagram know, I have been to Ethiopia to visit family and to restock our pantry! — the first time since my grandmother and I launched Amaarech. The response has been amazing! It's been great to see so many of you using our blends and sharing your creations on social media. I want to give everyone who has supported our fledgling business a big thank you! A few of the early shipments were delayed, and some of you had to wait longer than expected for your spices to arrive. Some of this was no doubt due to the global Covid pandemic, but it's nonetheless regrettab ..read more
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Amaarech, she became beautiful!
Amaarech
by Helen Mebrate
1y ago
My grandmother's name is Amaarech, which means "she became beautiful" in Amharic. She has taught me everything I know about Ethiopian cooking. She is the matriarch of our family and the inspiration behind the spice line. For as long as I can remember, Amaarech has prepared the spices I use in my cooking. All the Ethiopian dishes I share on Instagram are flavoured with her amazing blends. I have always cooked Ethiopian food, no matter where I am in the world. I always manage with whatever local ingredients I find but the spices are irreplaceable. Amaarech knows this and therefore always makes ..read more
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