Tunisian Kitchen

KheeKhee

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well , all my friends here liked so much harrisa , when they come to my house , the first thing they asked abou it " do you have harrisaa:D they don't care if it is hot or no !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I know so many people like harissa...but for me it is not just if it is hot, I don't like the flavour/the taste.
 

salim

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yes and I have never liked harissa! I don't know why:eek: most Arabic food I like very much.
ah just to let you knew Tunisian foods are so hot , not same thing in the ohter countries kheekhee , our kitchen is diffrent from the other arabic kitchen in KSA or Liban ....
 

KheeKhee

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I know Salim, and Tunisian food is very nice.
 

annh

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Mlouchia.... yummie .... :D:D:D
 

salim

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Mlouchia.... yummie .... :D:D:D
you mean Mloukia annh:D
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lynn

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Targine , cous cous, brik for me no harissa
 

gem15

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you mean Mloukia annh:D
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This is a prime example of eating with your eyes. There is no way I could bring myself to eat it even thou everyone says its lovely, i just couldnt do it!
 

salim

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This is a prime example of eating with your eyes. There is no way I could bring myself to eat it even thou everyone says its lovely, i just couldnt do it!
I agree with you perfect example of eating with your eyes :D me too i can't eat , i am waiting to go home , i am loser chef , as i you knew do it seems difficult !
 

cinders

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I like that also but.....I was out with Ramzi on day on a trip to Tabarka and he ordered a hot seafood one which was diabolical.
yes iam the same kris ,plain old ojja for me ..no seafood no merghez just ojja ;)
 

cinders

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This is a prime example of eating with your eyes. There is no way I could bring myself to eat it even thou everyone says its lovely, i just couldnt do it!
had this a few times and i must say its not my favourite dish ..taste like garlic henna ;)
try to take a few spoonfuls only because i reckon its good for you ( herbs ) :p
 

caveatemptor

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we have a lot of dishs in our kitchen , we have not red dishes , i throught you don't like red or hot dishes !!!!!!!!! we love hot foods in Tunisia more than the other arabic contries :D

Do you mean "dishes" and "thought". Just being helpful.
 

caveatemptor

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Well that pretty much sums up Tunisian cooking, not one of the world`s great cuisines. Argumentative, moi?
 

gabriel612

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did you mean SHAKCHOUKA :D i never heard about SHALSOUKA , maybe new dish :p

Was wondering that too, one of my favourite dishes and hubby calls it shakchouka
 

Jenny

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This is a prime example of eating with your eyes. There is no way I could bring myself to eat it even thou everyone says its lovely, i just couldnt do it!
I'm like you, I also eat with my eyes, the food I eat must look beautiful at the plate. I just have one exception, a traditional dish from north of Sweden, pölsa, as is one of my favourites, and that one actually looks like someone has puked at the plate:eek:
 

Jenny

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ah just to let you knew Tunisian foods are so hot , not same thing in the ohter countries kheekhee , our kitchen is diffrent from the other arabic kitchen in KSA or Liban ....
That's true the Tunisian kitchen differs a lot from the gulfcountries and Lebanon. This I can never tell my husband;) , but I actually prefer the Tunisian food than the Egyptian since I like it really hot and spicy.
 

KheeKhee

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That's true the Tunisian kitchen differs a lot from the gulfcountries and Lebanon. This I can never tell my husband;) , but I actually prefer the Tunisian food than the Egyptian since I like it really hot and spicy.
There is a difference between the Gulf countries and Egypt and the Maghreb countries, they are completely different.
 

annh

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you mean Mloukia
no, you write it in arabic with a" خ" so in fonetic we write it with "ch" cause that is in my language the sound of them 2 letters, like in "chamsa''... If write it with a K in arabic it would be with a Kaf ك
 
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