Aromatic baharat spice blend will transport you to travel the Middle East through your food. This Arabic seasoning is widely used in the Middle East, it's made from 7 spices and often referred to as the "7 spice blend".
Cuisine Middle Eastern
Prep Time 10minutes
Cook Time 5minutes
Collect the spices. I don't recommend any extras such as paprika, or turmeric as that will change the flavor and you'll end up with a different spice blend. You can either collect ground spices and just mix them, or as I did, collect whole spices and toast them then grind them.
To toast the spices, put them in a dry hot skillet and toast for 4-5 minutes. I use a wooden spoon and mix so they don't get burnt. They will be really fragrant once toasted.
Alternatively, put the spices on a cookie sheet and bake at 180c (360f) for 5 minutes.
Once the spices are toasted, grind them using a pestle and mortar or an electric grinder.