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    ZWT9 North Africa - Morroco & Tunisia

    Gamebook of North African recipes for ZWT9 Summer 2013.

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    This is based on a recipe from Jill Norman's book, The Complete Book of Spices. The intro to the recipe says, "Couscous with fish is popular along the Tunisian coast. Saffron, cumin and coriander are the usual spices; if you wish, use Tabil instead of the cumin and coriander. Grey mullet or bream would probably be used in Tunisia, but you could use any firm-fleshed fish. Reserve all the fish and vegetable trimmings so you can make a well-flavored stock." When I made this, I used haddock and I took one shortcut: I used pre-made fish stock. I also ignored this recipe’s couscous preparation and used the instructions on the box. I ground the Tabil spice ingredients in my Magic Bullet. For harissa, I used chili garlic paste. I also added a tablespoon of unsalted butter when sautéing the vegetables. With the couscous, and served with a half teaspoon of the chili garlic paste per serving, this took me to my happy place! I love this dish!

    Recipe #276406

    Based on a recipe from The Best of Clay Pot Cooking by Dana Jacobi. Dana says, “If you can, make this dish as Moroccan women have for centuries, in the cone-topped clay cooker that gives it its name – otherwise a Dutch oven works well.”

    Recipe #290839

    This is from Lou Seibert Pappas' cookbook, Extra-Special Crockery Pot Recipes, "Time saving meals for the gourmet appetite", I have to add that tagline since this recipe fits and does not disappoint! This is delicious. Cooking the lamb chops in spare liquid on low is as close to braising in a crockpot as I've seen. Pappas says of this recipe, "Fresh cilantro and ginger root are essential to the authenticity of this aromatic North African entree." I served it with a wonderful Silver Palate recipe #321104.

    Recipe #320322

    Based on a recipe from Sheila Lukins cookbook, The New Basics. She says of this recipe, "The North African flavorings will make this pilaf the star of a meal."

    Recipe #321104

    This is based on a recipe from Madge Rosenberg's cookbook, The Best Bread Machine Cookbook Ever - Ethnic Breads. She says, "These fritters, similar to what we know as beignets, make inexpensive party food rich in natural fruit flavors. Children will enjoy munching these crispies with milk, but the big kids will eat their way through an endless supply with coffee or beer." My kind of fritters!

    Recipe #279838

    This is based on a recipe from Glamour's Gourmet On the Run cookbook, by Jane Kirby. I love this dish served with whole-wheat pita bread and Moroccan mint tea (you'll find several recipes for this tea on 'Zaar).

    Recipe #279826

    This is based on a recipe from The Best of Clay Pot Cooking cookbook. The intro says, "In Africa, peanuts are called groundnuts and are often pounded to a paste and used in soups, stews, and sauces. Here, peanut butter, tomatoes, and spices combine to make a creamy, rich sauce for this beef stew. Serve it with steamed collard greens or kale or a leafy green salad."

    Recipe #281528

    Based on a recipe from the February 2008 issue of More magazine, as they report an enchanting article about novelist Martha McPhee's culinary adventure in Morocco.

    Recipe #281653

    Based on a recipe from The Best of Clay Pot Cooking cookbook. Cooking time does not include the time it takes to soak the chickpeas in water overnight.

    Recipe #285257

    This is exquisitely delicious! Based on a recipe from Diane Kochilas’ Against the Grain cookbook. She says, “Oranges and olives are the telltale signs of the cooking of Morocco, whence this fresh cod dish originally hails.” Cooking time includes the 1 hour the salsa chills in the 'fridge.

    Recipe #285978

    This is based on a recipe from Alessandra Avallone's book, The Complete Book of Salads. I'm always on the lookout for a great couscous salad, and I stumbled upon this recipe which I like a lot.

    Recipe #294364

    Based on a recipe from an article in Bon Appetit's May 1985 issues called "The Exciting Flavors of Tunisia" by Copeland Marks.

    Recipe #298856

    Based on a recipe from Lora Brody's & Millie Apter's cookbook, Bread Machine Baking. The introduction states: "Lemon pepper is a spice blend that is available in specialty food shops, especially those that sell Middle Eastern foods. High-gluten flour can be found in health food stores." This recipe is geared toward the Zojirushi machine; if you try this and have a DAK, Welbilt, Hitachi, Panasonic, National, Regal, Maxim, Sanyo, Small Welbilt, or Small Panasonic/National machine, just zmail me and I'll communicate somehow the recommendations for whichever of those machines you're using.

    Recipe #346604

    This recipe is based on one from Lou Seibert Pappas’ cookbook, Extra-Special Crockery Pot Recipes. She says, “Serve this unusual cake warm with scoops of coffee or chocolate ice cream.”

    Recipe #470556

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