This traditional Tunisian dish could more aptly be called a vegetable hash. There are many versions of this dish, but one ingredient that they all contain is eggs, which are very popular throughout the entire Arab world. This dish can be served as an appetizer or as a light luncheon dish.
Figs ripen in late summer or early fall. All over Morocco, Sephardic cooks try to incorporate them into their family menus. This luscious tagine, best served with warm crusty bread, is one way of doing so. From "The Scent of Orange Blossoms: Sephardic Cuisine from Morocco" by Kitty Morse and Danielle Mamane.
This refreshing salad is often eaten as part of a first course spread in Morocco, but it's also an ideal accompaniment to a rich tagine of meat, poultry or fish. It's also great with grilled meats or kebabs. From Salads simple, fast and fresh.
This traditional Tunisian salad is often served topped with quartered hard-boiled eggs and canned tuna for a first course. Serve with couscous or any unsauced fish or chicken dish. From Home for Dinner: Fresh Tastes, Quick Techniques, Easy Cooking.
In Morocco and throughout the Middle East, Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset during the holy month of Ramadan. The traditional evening meal is harira, a full-bodied soup with an earthy, spicy flavor. This particular version is a cross between a soup and a stew. For an even heartier dish, serve steamy ladlefuls over white rice. From THE BEST OF THE MEDITERRANEAN by Sandra Glock.