This salty table spice blend (also known as Sharena Sol) is a traditional Bulgarian seasoning with a distinctly unique flavor and harmonic aroma. It can be used on toasted breads, meats, cheeses, sandwiches, pizzas, soups, rice dishes, potatoes and more. Just sprinkle on your favorite food and enjoy!
- All Natural: Free From Artificial Colors, Flavors and Preservatives
- 2.75 ounce (78 gram) net wt.
- Ingredients: Raw Pumpkin Seeds, Salt, Savory, Paprika, Thyme, Oregano, Fenugreek Leaves, Cayenne Pepper
- Hand-Crafted in Small Batches
- Hand-Packed in California
Where to buy
From Amazon – You get a 2.75 ounce bottle for $8.75 USD.
It comes in a clear plastic bottle with a black screw on cap. It has a seal inside you have to remove before you can use it. The cap has two openings, one large opening for spooning the seasoning out and one with three small holes to shake out a little. The label has product and company information on it.
Scent and formula
This smells like a cross between Italian and Indian seasoning to me. That’s the best I can do. It’s an orangish-brown color.
Raw pumpkin seeds, salt, savory, paprika, thyme, oregano, fenugreek leaves, cayenne pepper.
So I’ve never had Bulgarian food and have never tried Chubritsa before. We have tried this on brussels sprouts, potatoes and fish so far and like it. I can’t quite describe the flavor, it reminds me of both Italian seasoning and Indian seasoning kind of mixed together. It is very tasty though and the kids like it which is a huge plus. I am going to have to look up some recipes that use it and try it in other things. I have read that it’s good on toast with butter or avocado and am going to have to try that, we just haven’t eaten bread in awhile. Overall though this is tasty and I will most likely keep a bottle in the kitchen.
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