Spice Road Farms (Derech HaTavlinim) is a spice pioneer in Israel. Owner Avi Zitershpiler learned the art of growing, drying, and mixing spices from his father. He uses that knowledge to blend various unique spices to enliven your cooking. His Mediterranean-style Spice for Roasted Vegetables adds incredible flavor to your cooking.
The Mediterranean-style Spice for Roasted Vegetables mix combines the earthy sweetness of carrots with the smoky heat of dried red peppers, the herbal notes of celery, and the rich color and mild sweetness of beet powder. The inclusion of carefully selected spices and a touch of salt enhances the overall depth of flavor.
This spice mix is designed to complement a wide range of vegetables, including bell peppers, zucchini, eggplant, and potatoes, infusing them with the essence of Mediterranean cuisine. Add a touch of olive oil, and then sprinkle the Mediterranean-Style Spice Mix generously over your vegetables before roasting.
Whether preparing a side dish for a Mediterranean-inspired meal or simply elevating the flavors of your roasted vegetables, this Mediterranean Spice Mix adds a delightful Israeli twist to your culinary creations!
Ingredients: Carrots, Dried Red Peppers, Celery, Beet Powder, Spices, Salt.
Allergy information: Contains celery. It may contain wheat, peanuts, nuts (almonds, cashews, pistachios, walnuts), coconut, pine nuts, sesame, and sulfites.
- 80 grams / 2.82 ounces
- Kosher, parve. Supervision Rabbinate Jezreel Valley
- No added sugar
Kosher for Passover
Mediterranean-style Spice for Roasted Vegetables
The Zitershpiler family has been growing spice for more than 50 years. Avi Zitershpiler, the owner of the farm, has absorbed the values of agriculture, landscape, nature and man since childhood, growing up and growing spice with his father Zvi, one of the pioneers of the spice industry in Israel.
After his military service in the Faculty of Agriculture and later in Naturoptia, Avi Zitershpiler has been continuously growing, processing, producing and marketing spices and herbs in Israel and around the world.