What is Chraime Sauce? الحريمي
Chraime sauce, also spelled "Craimeh", "Hraimeh", "Hraymah" or "Hraymi," is a spicy and tangy sauce commonly used in Middle Eastern and North African cuisine, particularly in Libyan, Israeli and Tunisian cuisine. Its name comes from the Arabic word for 'Hot'.
The sauce is typically made from a base of tomatoes, garlic, and chili peppers, and is often seasoned with a variety of aromatic spices such as cumin, coriander, paprika, and caraway.
Chraime sauce is commonly served with fish, especially fried or grilled fish, but can also be used as a condiment or dipping sauce for a variety of other dishes. It is known for its bold and flavourful taste, and its spiciness can range from mild to wild!