World's Strangest Condiments

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Sam Kaplan

Spice up your next meal with one of these dips, spreads, and sauces popular in countries where ketchup isn’t the condiment king.

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Harissa, Tunisia

This super-spicy paste of chiles, coriander, caraway, and garlic is now made in France, due to the large population of Tunisian immigrants. There are countless ways to incorporate it into a meal; a few favorites are to rub it on steak before grilling or mix it with lemon juice and olive oil (or even plain yogurt) and serve with pita.

World's Strangest Condiments

Harissa, Tunisia

This super-spicy paste of chiles, coriander, caraway, and garlic is now made in France, due to the large population of Tunisian immigrants. There are countless ways to incorporate it into a meal; a few favorites are to rub it on steak before grilling or mix it with lemon juice and olive oil (or even plain yogurt) and serve with pita.

Sam Kaplan
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