Chios Mastiha (PDO) Powder (1.8 oz)

Chios Mastic Growers COOP

$14.50

Mastiha typically has to be ground in order to use it in cooking. Mastiha powder is already ground, so using it is easy. As a spice, it lends a beguiling undertone, a little piny and a bit incense-like, but earthy, to all manner of foods. It works just as easily as a seasoning in tomato sauce as it does in chocolate sauce, pairs deliciously with all citrus fruits, works in meat, fish and bean dishes and is a seductive addition to breads.

Recipe Ideas

Since mastiha tears must be ground to use in cooking, this mastiha powder is convenient for anyone without a mortar and pestle. Mastiha has an exotic but versatile flavor that can be used in virtually anything from desserts, breads, salads, or even pasta sauces and fish. A couple of my favorite recipes are below but the possibilities are really endless! 

Greek Olive Oil Chocolate Cake with Mastiha Cream

See Recipe

Black-Eyed Pea Salad With Mastiha Vinaigrette

See Recipe

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GG
07/19/2022
Gary G.
United States

Greek dinner

We had a fabulous dinner using your cookbook. Sea Bass, lamb chops, cauliflower and bread with the Mastic!!!

KC
04/12/2022
kathleen c.
United States United States

Mediterranean diet here I come!

can't wait to try this

AB
02/23/2021
Anna B.
United States United States

Great find

I bought this after seeing the recipe for mastiha pasta. We really enjoyed the recipe. I had never used mastiha powder before, but will now make sure I have it in my pantry.

SH
08/21/2020
Sandy H.
United States United States

Mastiha Powder

It was OK I’m sorry I didn’t buy the actual mastiha itself though, perhaps the flavor might have been stronger.

ST
08/21/2020
Susan T.
United States United States

Absolutely Delicious

The Mastiha hasa fabulous flavor. I used it in Tsoureki. It gave a mild but distinct flavor i associate with the bread usually made at Easter. I make it all year long and now have my favorite spice to include.