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    Tender lamb fillets coated with Moroccan spice, panfried and served with a tomato vegetable sauce on a bed of couscous. Adapted from a recipe from the Simply Great Meals Recipe Club website.

    Recipe #125639

    Posting this for ZWT 2006. I haven't tried this yet but it sounds like a good recipe for those nights when you are too busy to get into cooking yet want something with a good flavor.

    Recipe #173774

    This chicken is is marinated in the olive oil and spices for 30 minutes or more. Good served with couscous and Red Piniento Sauce. This recipe comes from The South Beach

    Recipe #117234

    3 Reviews |  By Ozzy

    A friend saw this being created on a TV cookery show and decided to do it for me, it is just so tasty I had to post it, please please try this dish if you don't you'll never know how good this really is!

    Recipe #193533

    adapted from a recipe in the Chicago Tribune. Haven't tried it yet but it looks great.

    Recipe #115350

    This is great served over coucous or rice. The original recipe calls for prunes but I prefer apricots.

    Recipe #329675

    2 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Exotic and spicy! A good accompaniment would be fresh fruit or a side of couscous.

    Recipe #24988

    This recipe is tasty and very simple. I always use it at dinner parties, and it always impresses. You can use beef, lamb or fish instead of chicken. It is a very versatile marinade.

    Recipe #85581

    2 Reviews |  By acerast

    This is a Joyce Goldstein recipe that I came across via a Nutrition Action Newsletter. It is very good - and healthy!!

    Recipe #264519

    A vegetarian pilaff made with bulgar wheat - or if you prefer rice - which makes a great accompaniment for kebabs or any BBQd or grilled meat or fish. This recipe is one I found on an International Masters '1001 recipes for pan or wok' recipe card, and have posted for the 2005 Zaar World Tour.

    Recipe #138156

    Best to start this recipe the day before as you marinate the lamb overnight. Cooking time does not include the marinading time.

    Recipe #120845

    Beef, ground, is by FAR the MOST popular way that Moroccan home cooks use beef. We prefer young beef as we call it here which is also called veal/veau. HOWEVER, veal is raised free range here and used from 6 months to 1 year old. See Hajar's Morocco for Foodies Column 4 on meats in the African Forum. This is served most popularly at home, braziers and sandwich stands. Quick and easy. We serve it at our house with Hajar's wicked sauce tomatish, grilled onions & tomato slices also grilled, salad, bread and a dish of olives. YUM! Here in Morocco Zweena means beautiful. This freezes very well, see below. c.2005

    Recipe #135128

    This is from - posted in answer to a request for the Moroccan chicken recipe from Brix restaurant in Denver. Harissa is a spicy sauce from North Africa which adds heat to the marinade and tastes great drizzled over both the chicken and the couscous. The chicken needs to marinate overnight, so plan accordingly.

    Recipe #231243

    50 years age, Uncle Sam's Air force sent me on a 4 year paid holiday to Europe and North Africa. I spent several months at Sidi Slimane, Morocco where I found this dish. It is not only delicious, its quick and easy.In hot weather I cook a lot on the patio using my propane camp stove. Why heat up the house just to pay the electric company to run the air conditioner.

    Recipe #127979

    1 Reviews |  By LoriLou

    These olives are addictive! They are good all alone, served with other appetizer-type foods and other dishes. Crusty bread dipped into the sauce and eaten with a good hearty soup is wonderful! I love using fresh bell peppers and hot Cherry Bomber chiles from my garden in this. The original recipe was found in the August '94 issue of Gourmet. I have improvised on olives, due to what is not available in my area; as well as some adjustments to technique, thanks to Charishma on toasting spices. Cook time is chilling, marinating time.

    Recipe #97845

    1 Reviews |  By Nasseh

    This tagine is full of flavor & a little on the spicy side. Serve with Recipe #260654 to scoop up the sauce.

    Recipe #298665

    This dish takes a slightly different turn depending upon the cook. Some, like me prefer more lemon or vinegar. Some only use vinegar or lemon due to finances and can't interchange though most of us do exchange them equally. In any case it is a wonderful potato salad that is a bit different than usual. In summer I use the tomato and out of summer I do not. Basically if I feel like adding the tomato I do and if I don't, then I don't. This is easy to make as most ingredients are already home and we often serve this with our fall and winter soups and crusty baguette. c.2005

    Recipe #139793

    Great for a summer barbeque, make them a s fiery as you wish by adding more cayenne pepper. You will need metal skewers with wide flat blades to hold the meat in place on the grill. From Modern Moroccan by Ghillie Basan

    Recipe #211998

    2 Reviews |  By Nasseh

    This Moroccan salad can be served warm or cold.

    Recipe #385916

    2 Reviews |  By KateL

    Entered for safe-keeping. From June 2012 Vegetarian Times. Yet another version of this spice best known as seasoning in Moroccan couscous, as you will have to experiment to find your favorite version to suit your taste preference and spice availability. Compared to my Recipe #374781 #374781, this version has much less cinnamon, and a lot more ground coriander, and it uses smoked paprika. Ras El Hanout can contain up to 50 different spices and vary in heat and intensity. VT said its version is mild and simplified, yet full of flavor.

    Recipe #479884

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