I love that this recipe is different (and hopefully more authentic) than the others posted here - as it uses ras el hanout as the spice. The freshness of this would be great with anything spicy. PREP TIME DOESN'T INCLUDE REFRIGERATION TIME.
This is a beautiful and unusual dish from Tunisia. In Tunisia, almost anything can go inside a brik. Tuna and anchovies are the most popular, though. This particular recipe doesn't incorporate the usual potato mixture. Instead of filo pastry, you can also use large spring roll wrappers, then deep fry the finished briks in hot oil.
I like this salad because the carrots are sliced, not mashed - and has a more authentic feel because the spiciness comes from harissa rather than cayenne, as most recipes on this site use. From The Essential Mediterranean Cookbook - one of my favorites! This is meant to be served warm, but we like it cold, too.
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