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    [Cover photo by JanRoundOz.] Recipes featuring the North African spice mixture Ras-el-Hanout.

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    This is our family's traditional recipe, usually served with plain steamed couscous. As it takes quite a while, it is always a big event, everyone loves it! This is my first recipe, so be kind!! NOTE: If you cannot find Ras el Hanout in the stores, there are some recipes here on zaar! It is a mixture made of cumin, coriander, cinnamon, pepper and other spices. It can be omitted in this recipe, just go a little heavier on the other spices mentioned and add a pinch of cinnamon!

    Recipe #182833

    This is one of my family's favourite recipes; I am constantly asked all the time to make it. I was taught it by a Moroccan friend who also lives in France - it is an old family recipe passed down for many years. It is great all year around - served with flat breads or pitta breads & assorted salads in spring & summer or served with hot fluffy & fruity couscous, assorted chutneys or pickles in the depths of winter. I make mine in a fantastic "Electric Tagine" made by Tefal; it of course works in a more traditional clay tagine - BUT the real secret is.......it works like a dream in a Slow cooker/Crock Pot. Try it out! If you cannot get Ras-el-Hanout, which is an exotic Moroccan spice mixture, including rose petals - don't worry, use the other spices I have listed instead; or I have a Ras-el-Hanout recipe posted on Recipezaar: Recipe #205185 N.B. I notice in a review that it has been suggested that Chemical Heat is needed!! The great thing about sharing recipes is that they can be adapted to personal taste. BUT, this is not supposed to be a "Hot" recipe, but a "Fragrant & Fruity" recipe!! A Tagine by definition is SLOW cooked over a LOW heat & is very fruity with subtle undertones of heat! However, life would be boring if you couldn't add a bit of "heat", but it's just not traditional. What is traditional, is to allow your guests to add their own heat, so have a bowl of "Harissa" on the table. Preserved lemons are also a wonderful and traditional addition - I have a recipe posted on Recipezaar: Recipe #209590 PLEASE NOTE: This recipe lists canned chickpeas in the ingredients, NOT dried! If you use dried chickpeas, you MUST soak them and cook them first!

    Recipe #137530

    In order to make authentic couscous, you have to use the right cooking pot, a "couscousiere". The "stew" portion is cooked in the large pot base and the couscous is cooked in the steam of the stew sitting atop on a fitted steamer.

    Recipe #148401

    Did you know that for the ancient Egyptians, beans were seen as a symbol of reincarnation and that they represented the rebirth of spring each year? I found this fabulous recipe for a Moroccan broad bean dip in the first edition - September 2005 - of the new Australian magazine 'Notebook: ideas for living'. It was part of an article on peas and beans. The 'cooking time' specified below does not include the 20 minutes cooling time in the refrigerator, necessary for allowing the flavours to blend. When I made this, I used frozen broad beans, thawed; they were baby beans so they didn't need peeling; and I used cumin because I haven't yet tracked down any ras el hanout. I also used 4 cloves of garlic - which is what I've included here in the ingredients; the original recipe had 1 clove of garlic.

    Recipe #135158

    An easy one dish meal with moroccan flavours.

    Recipe #129333

    I made this tonight. It's loosely based on a recipe from the Marie Claire cookbook Zest and I used Ras el Hanout spice mix in it. I have a recipe for that here-the no. is 80983

    Recipe #99655

    This recipe is from Ian Hewitson. Saw it on television and wanted to keep the recipe. He used 8 small lamb shanks or 4 large lamb shanks. Must be french trimmed. Ras-al-hanout is a spice blend you can get from Middle-eastern shops or gourmet delicatessans. You can substitute morrocan spice blends as well.

    Recipe #164865

    Ras el hanout is a North African Spice and it's name translates loosely to "House Blend". It can contain as many as 50 ingredients including rosebuds and Spanish fly. This is a simple mix I'm submitting here. I've been lucky to be given some, but I'll be posting recipes using it, so thought others might like this recipe.It's apparently good for poultry, rabbit, pork, seafood eggs, vegetables, soups, tagines, braises, sautes, roasts, pastas, risotto and cooked pulses, It can also be mixed with flour to dust or coat food!!!

    Recipe #80983

    I found this elsewhere (twice) and it looks as though you're better to cook the shanks the day before you plan to eat, refrigerating them and the stock to make removing the fat easier. It looks a bit fiddly, but I love shanks, so I'm going to try it soon. I can only guess at prep time, and haven't included any refrigeration in that! I have posted a recipe for a simple Ras el hanout mix (although I got mine for Christmas;-)).

    Recipe #80990

    I got some Ras el Hanout spice mix for Christmas, so I'm looking for recipes to use it. I haven't tried this-but I will. I turned the method I found around, as when I make it, I'll begin to make the meatballs when I get the onions started cooking for the sauce! Prep time is a bit of a guess. I also submitted a simple Ras el Hanout mix for anyone interested.

    Recipe #80986

    2 Reviews |  By Latchy

    This is something I made to go with JanS Spice Mix. I have to mention Iain Hewiston and Claudia Roden who helped me make up this recipe as I took ideas from both of them as well.

    Recipe #83172

    This is an authentic Moroccan dish featuring the spice mix ras el hanout. If you are not able to purchase it commercially, there are a couple of recipes for the mix posted here on Recipezaar. While the dish is well-flavored, it is not "hot". If you are looking for an easily-prepared comforting meal, I invite you to give this one a try. As a side note, I was quite amused to find that it tastes amazingly similar to a typically Belgian dish, "Stoverij" (Beef Carbonnade).

    Recipe #105109

    I was given a jar of Ras el Hanout, and this simple recipe by our chef son. He actually used the rub on our Christmas day quail, but we used it on lamb a few days later.

    Recipe #80978

    6 Reviews |  By chia

    Another lamb tagine, this recipe uses ras el hanout (see my recipe). Prep time does not reflect overnight marinating. courtesy of the NY Times.

    Recipe #89279

    4 Reviews |  By chia

    This Moroccan spice blend is wonderful on lamb or chicken, from Gourmet magazine. You can triple this recipe and keep it in a jar with your other spices.

    Recipe #87818


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