Traditional dishes

Tunisianbelle

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I have friends who live in Morocco and one day we were talking about food. I told them that I like this bread. LOL Taboona has a completely different meaning in Morocco! :-O
 

1989

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Rou

do you have clay "oven"? or make it in a conventional oven or a bread maker?

its something im not sure fred will live without in Europe!!!

NO im not taking a bloody clay "oven" with me!

Buy one from argos : p
 
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Cas

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Tell Fred he can dig a hole in the ground, line with bricks then hey ho his own oven. Thats how they cook the bread down on the farm but stones not bricks.
He has to go collect twigs etc to burn of course lol
 

Essem

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It's meat (lamb in this pic or chicken ) in a homemade sauce. Delish!
 

ROULLA

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For me Loubia has to be one of my favourite dishes as I love sauces and plenty of bread to dip it in the sauce. I only eat the beans as I don't eat red meat but it really is a delicious dish :)
Another one of my favourites has to be couscous made with plenty of veg and fish ( Sfinn)
 

Essem

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Had some Loubia the other day Roulla - love it too.
 

Jane BM

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Had some Loubia the other day Roulla - love it too.
My husband makes this for me REGULARLY...lol, with spicy meatballs....i could eat every day of the week, with a huge chunk of crusty bread.mmmmmmmm
 

Essem

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Hergma (cow's feet or knees - not quite sure!!)
 

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