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    ZWT NA*ME Cookbook

    North African/Middle Eastern recipes for NA*ME Tag & ZWT.
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    4 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    foun don a Tunisian website & submitted for ZWT9. I think this is a great way to use leftover mashed potatoes!

    Recipe #504548

    A Paula Wolfert recipe. The melange of dill and fennel, celery leaves, red pepper flakes, and spices makes for a light and delicious couscous. Since this type of couscous tends to be slightly dry, you may want to serve it with glasses of buttermilk, the traditional way. I adapted the recipe to make without a couscousier.

    Recipe #504646

    I found this on a Tunisian website where Paula Wolfert was credited with the recipe. It's different from all the others on the site. I also edited out the caraway since I don't like the stuff. Cooking time includes the 30 minutes soaking time. Enjoy!

    Recipe #504549

    1 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    Found at, this looks amazing! Recommended sides are Lemon Glazed Carrots & Red Lettuce Salad w/Spiced Almonds & Green Olives

    Recipe #504550

    I found this as part of an email from Cooking Light. CL got it from Share, share, share! I am posting it as I found it. You can purchase harissa. I, personally, would leave out the cilantro because I hate the stuff and sub parsley instead.

    Recipe #505090

    4 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    I stumbled across this at Moroccan eggs are great for vegetarians. The recipe is easy to prepare, nutritious and tasty as well! This is best served with bread.

    Recipe #505612

    3 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    I found this at a website for a brand of spices.

    Recipe #505616

    8 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    found at a website for ras el hanout!

    Recipe #505620

    3 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    Found at a website for spices. So easy!

    Recipe #505623

    2 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    I found this at :)

    Recipe #505625

    1 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    I found this at epicurious who got it from gourmet. The North African hot sauce called harissa lends this soup its beautiful brick-red color, as well as a deep, spicy warmth that isn’t the least bit aggressive. For a supper that’s both robust and rejuvenating, chard, chickpeas, and noodles go into the pot, too.

    Recipe #505701

    Crazy simple & delicious. Found at This takes a lot if time; mostly unattended bean soaking/cooking time.

    Recipe #505627

    I found this on Karen Martini's blog for ZWT9. I adjusted measurements from metric. Prep time is 'hanging' time. Labna is a fresh cheese made from hung yogurt. It’s so easy to make at home, and very tasty rolled in this dukkah spice blend. This Tunisian-style dukkah is divine, with a little warmth from the chili powder and an intriguing twist from the saffron and turmeric. You’ll never buy dukkah again once you’ve made your own. It keeps well in an air-tight container in the fridge but it won’t last long once you start scattering it on everything from scrambled or poached eggs to freshly cooked vegetables and pan-seared fish!

    Recipe #505698

    7 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    La Kama is a Moroccan spice mixture. It is altogether simpler than the complex ras el hanout and features a modest five spices. Use it to flavour soups and stews or as a rub with chicken or lamb.

    Recipe #252840

    1 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    Oooh yeah! Tasting Table delivered this tasty morsel right directly to my inbox! Originally called 'Freekeh Salad with Cauliflower, Cucumbers, Sumac and Dill'. The story behind the recipe: "Neat Freekeh" Heyday's vibrant summer grain salad: I did edit the recipe a wee bit to personal tastes.

    Recipe #502123

    Another tasty recipe found at Syrian Cooking and submitted by Ghinwa Alameen. I shudder to think how much yogurt I need to make enough of this for my family, lol. NOTE! Syrian yogurt is thicker than western yogurts. Try either Greek yogurt draining your yogurt for awhile. Cooking time is for the pasta.

    Recipe #501993

    1 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    I was googling along...looking for additional NA/ME recipes...and stumbled across this tasty morsel at a site simply called 'Syrian Cooking'. It was originally submitted by Ghinwa Alameen. Nom nom!!

    Recipe #501957

    7 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    From "One Thousand And One Delights" by Nahda Salah. Posted for Zaar World Tour II.

    Recipe #173611

    While researching Sumac for the NA*ME Forum, I stumbled across this recipe. YUM! The secret ingredient is sumac. Sumac is a sour spice used almost like salt in some parts of the Middle East. It’s also an ingredient of za'atar, a table seasoning frequently sprinkled on flat breads.

    Recipe #292579

    A simple, fairly quick recipe to enjoy as the nights grow cooler. And as NA*ME Tag gets busier! ;)

    Recipe #186145

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