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    Ras el Hanout seasoning ...?

    Zurie
    Thu Nov 02, 2006 11:01 am
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    I don't know if Hajar is around, but someone will surely be able to advise me with this:

    I bought a packet of "Ras al Hanout Assaisonnement" at a food shop in Paris recently. It's a brown powdery spice.

    What can I do with this? As far as I can make out from the meagre French-only indications, it is suitable for stews/casseroles (ragoûts) and soups (bouillons), accompanied by couscous or rice, in the style of maghreb cuisine.

    Hope I translated that more or less correctly, but what I want to know is, at what point do you add it to food? What meat is suitable? Do you fry the spice with onions, as one does with curry spices?

    Smells very good; among others contains coriander seeds, cumin, salt, pimento, fenugreek, and some other spices well known as curry spices.
    Halalmom
    Mon Nov 13, 2006 8:32 am
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    I just brought a big jar from Algeria with me! We usually add it to stews, lamb, preferably. You do not need to fry it, just add it to the broth during cooking. My mother-in-law uses it for almost everything, I prefer it only for stews and hearty soups.
    Halalmom
    Mon Nov 13, 2006 8:34 am
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    Usually 1/2 to one teaspoon is enough! It is quite strong!
    Zurie
    Mon Nov 13, 2006 11:35 am
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    Thank you, Halalmom!!

    I'm so glad you also mentioned the amount to use -- I might have added far too much!

    It contains the type of spices we use in traditional food, so I'm sure we'll love it. (I haven't opened the packet yet).
    Hajar Elizabeth
    Wed Nov 22, 2006 1:44 am
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    lemoncurd
    Wed Nov 22, 2006 2:39 am
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    Hey Zee here is arecipe for you Ras El Hanout Stewed Lamb

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    Zurie
    Wed Nov 22, 2006 12:09 pm
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    Hey, thanks, people! I haven't looked in on this forum for quite a while.

    Hajar, I am SOOO pleased to see you here! I think of you often -- after all, we used to "work" together before the forums split! icon_biggrin.gif

    Won't you post your website address? I don't have it any more and would love to have a look at what you've done, and changed!

    Thanks for the information. Well, I still have my unopened packet of Ras al Hanout or whatever, and one of these days I'll open and sniff it, and decide how to use it.
    Hajar Elizabeth
    Wed Nov 22, 2006 12:42 pm
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