In this nod to the American backyard pastime, New York Shuk puts their signature Middle Eastern spin on traditional American-style BBQ sauce. Instead of using a tomato or vinegar base, they combine harissa, a North African chile paste made from blistered peppers, with California-grown Medjool dates, honey and preserved lemons for a smoky, sweet and tangy saucewith just the right amount of tongue-tingling heat.
How to use
Use Harissa BBQ Sauce for all of your traditional American barbecue fare, whether it’s slathered over ribs, coated over chicken wings or brushed across a steak. Its sweet-and-smoky flavor also adds depth to chilis and stews and it makes a great dipping sauce for onion rings and French fries.
About the producer
Shuk means "market" in Hebrew. For Ron and Leetal Arazi, chefs and founders of New York Shuk, the bustling outdoor Israeli markets represent the intersection between culture and community, two values they wish to share through their products. Based in Brooklyn, New York, the husband-and-wife team draw culinary inspiration from their combined Jewish, Moroccan, Lebanese, Turkish and Eastern European heritages to create vibrant pantry staples to enhance everyday cooking.