Golden Ras el Hanout gets its gorgeous colour from the addition of turmeric. It also contains chilli powder, cumin seeds, coriander seeds and ground ginger. It has a slightly sweeter flavour than the more familiar Ras el Hanout and it’s ideal with seafood and crustaceans.
For a simple marinade crush a small clove of garlic with a teaspoon of sea salt and add 1-2 teaspoons of Golden Ras el Hanout and half a cup of olive oil. Rub gently onto fish. It can also be mixed with flour and used as a dusting for fish or meats before grilling, baking or frying.