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I boiled carrots until just done, drained the water, added 1 tbsp of this seasoning blend, 1 tbsp butter and 1 tbsp brown sugar to create a glaze. Wow! I can't wait to try it on chicken. The flavor is wonderful. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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Pesto lover August 25, 2013

Easy! I used this spice mixture as a wet rub for chicken breasts. I combined the spices with some olive oil and brushed this on the chicken. Pan fried and served with baked rice with bay leaves, roasted beets and carrots. Really good flavor! Made for NA*ME tag/March.

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COOKGIRl March 18, 2013

What a gorgeous aroma this creates when cooking with it. I used it on a chicken breast and also added some to the couscous served with the chicken. It's marvelous. Just before I found this I had purchased a jar of McCormick's Roasted Sigon Cinnamon (ground) I used 1.5 tsp of it. A very lovely spice mix that I'll keep on hand. :D

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Annacia October 30, 2012

I have yet to use it, but it smells so good that I made some for my sister for her Zaar gifts.She's been away for six months so I want to show her what I've been up to. Thanks for sharing.

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littlemafia January 22, 2010

I've never used this before but made it to use in Moroccan Chicken & Egg Tagine. Great spice mix, I'll definitely make this again! Thanks for posting!

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Mia in Germany December 21, 2009

I always make Ras el Hanout for my sister but this time I made this recipe for her. She uses it in many different dishes. Made for NA*ME Tag

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Nasseh June 29, 2009

I made this earlier on today whilst I had all my spices out to make Ras el Hanout... I love La Kama - it is a lovely warm spice mix rather than an earthy one. I can't wait to put a generous helping of it in my next tagine! Reviewed for Au/Nz's Recipe Swap #14.... Thanks Bethie! :)

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Um Safia March 02, 2008
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