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    Inspired by Rachael Ray's 30 minute replica of this wonderful traditional dish. I serve it with brown rice, but also wonderful with cous-cous or other grains. Grilled plantains also introduce a wonderful sweetness to the mix.

    Recipe #169763

    3 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This recipe is adapted from the gutsygourmet.net.

    Recipe #427752

    2 Reviews |  By Shuzbud

    This creates a wonderful paste that can be used in a variety of ways- roasting meat, vegetables, grilling sausages, with rice or couscous. The flavours blend to make a vibrant, warm dish.

    Recipe #377034

    Recipe #49167

    2 Reviews |  By Analisa

    Before I moved to San Antonio, I used to buy this fabulous "Lucky Seven Vegetable Couscous", but can't find it here. Desperate for the flavor, I tried without success to find the recipe on the web. After some browsing, I took some of the listed ingredients from various recipes I found & came up with this. My family LOVED it! You could add some cooked cubed chicken to this to make a one-dish meal. You can also add more vegetables such as sweet red peppers or squash, and use vegetable broth instead of chicken for a vegetarian dish.

    Recipe #44834

    3 Reviews |  By Marlitt

    Not only does this taste good it’s very healthy. This recipe is from a diabetic cook book. Lots of vegetable, and because the lentils are high in soluble fiber this is a good recipe to lower blood cholesterol.

    Recipe #233817

    This stuffed eggplant recipe is phenomenal and very versatile. Use the meat "stuffing" to fill mushrooms and bake for delicious party appetizers. It makes 4 servings... but you may just want to eat the entire recipe yourself. This is intentionally a low carb, high fat (LCHF) recipe. If you want to tone down the fat content, feel free to reduce the amounts of cooking fat used, or substitute olive oil. Enjoy!

    Recipe #468135

    1 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This is in response to a recipe request. I can get matbucha from my local supermarket any day, but now that I have a recipe it should be simple to make it myself, and alter it to my tastes.

    Recipe #37347

    1 Reviews |  By Stacia_

    A marak is a vegetable version of a tagine. Adapt this recipe to whatever root vegetables you prefer.

    Recipe #318250

    Plan ahead the lamb needs to marinate in the spices for about 4 hours, the complete recipe may be doubled to serve more than four, this is even better the following day, serve with roasted potatoes or rice.

    Recipe #245863

    During my recent visit to Morocco, I enjoyed this Berber flatbread on several occasions and even watched my host make a loaf for me on one occasion. Her version had no butter in it and more water and I wish I'd been more careful about writing down her process. This recipe comes from the web and is attributed to "The Great Book of Couscous" by Copeland Marks. I am making this untried recipe public in hopes that someone with better knowledge of the cuisine can offer feedback.

    Recipe #232808

    This is a tasty Moroccan stew recipe handed to me by a friend. Super simple, very tasty!

    Recipe #347283

    Recipe #138153

    This recipe is low carb, low cal, and healthy. Although tagine is in the title, you can use a regular skillet. From Gourmet, December 2007.

    Recipe #428302

    This is the first Moroccan dish I've ever cooked for my family, and they were thoroughly impressed. I thought with all the rich spices, it might be too overwhelming for the kids, but they really enjoyed the combination. A good change from cold couscous salad for the winter. (from the Toronto Star)

    Recipe #54006

    1 Reviews |  By LI-Ray

    I usually make this recipe to go with my Mediterranean Chicken Thighs. I found both recipes in my local newspaper and they've been a family favorite for several years. I hope you enjoy both as much as we do.

    Recipe #284054

    A quick moroccan favorite!

    Recipe #46036

    A slightly sweet side dish.

    Recipe #396925

    A tasty and nutritious midweek meal.

    Recipe #357819

    1 Reviews |  By Nasseh

    I found this recipe on another site & adjusted it for my husband's taste. Lamb liver can be substituted for the calf's liver.

    Recipe #382470

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