Described as a Tangy Iraqui Turmeric Sauce; well I've never met a Tangy Iraqi but this sauce is definitely unique and flavoursome. Refered to as the "Crown of Middle Eastern Sauces", it is the base of many Eastern dishes. It's a Tangy Turmeric and Mustard sauce that will "take your taste buds for a ride"
In classic Iraqui cuisine, it is often served with seafood, meat kebabs, and eggs.
In Saudi, it is often served bread and goats cheese with a meat platter.
In Israel it is served as a Falafel topping and in Shawama and Sabich sandwiches.
Who'd have thought its just as popular in East Anglia as it is in East Asia.
As we say in Lowestoft, Spice is the variety of life.