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Moroccan Seasoning Mix

Moroccan Seasoning Mix created by Mamas Kitchen Hope

This spice blend is used extensively in Moroccan cooking.Use the freshest spices you can find. Recipe found on the net.

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  • Mix spices together and store in an airtight container.
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"This spice blend is used extensively in Moroccan cooking.Use the freshest spices you can find. Recipe found on the net."
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  1. Tom S.
    I love stirring this seasoning mix into a pot of plain humous with soaked sultanas and agave nectar to give it that authentic morrocan taste. Store bought morrocan humous is often far too bland.
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  2. lillypilly
    I have added the juice of one lemon to the spice mix when marinating chicken. The sea salt is also a great additive, definitely 'filled it out'. I also marinate the chicken in the fridge overnight. Make sure there is enough as leftovers because it gets better with age.
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  3. mattveezy
    Definitely a staple. Used it on steaks and chicken -- cant want to make lamb kabobs with it!<br/><br/>I add three twists or so of salt to the meat also -- kind of filled it out, but you can use this as is on pretty much everything
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  4. gtrashcan
    A refreshing mix of spices! Everyone in my family enjoyed this mix. I cut chicken breasts into strips & tossed with a little oil & some of this spice mix to coat & left to marinate for about 1/2 hr. I sauteed chicken & added chopped onion & celery. Added 1 chopped apple & raisins along with a bit of apple juice. Simmered til raisins plumped. I then added some cooked rice. A "one pot" meal that everyone wanted more of! The spices MADE this dish!!! Will use this spice mix for "gifting"!
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  5. LARavenscroft
    Made for Recipe Swap #20 Aus/NZ. The smell of this seasoning mix was out of this world. Tried it on chicken breasts and then grilled them. All I could say is "excellent" Thanks for posting this Fairy Nuff!
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