Tunisian Kitchen

Essem

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Making taboona bread

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ROULLA

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(Tunisian lamb casserole )

  • Whisk oil, water and tomato puree and pour into a large casserole. Add lamb, onions, celery, carrot, garlic and cinnamon. Bring to the boil, cover and simmer for 30 mins.
  • Add broad beans, leek, artichokes and courgettes. Bring back to the boil, cover and simmer for at least another 30 mins.
  • Add spinach, allow to cook down, then add the fresh herbs, leaving some for garnish. Add harissa or cayenne pepper to taste.
  • Place the pieces of bread on top of the stew and press down gently. Sprinkle with reserved herbs before serving.
 

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Home made Harissa
 

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Making Salad Mechouia
 

Jane BM

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Hubby does that even here, gets the BBQ out and makes a huge plateful, enough to last us a week!! I just love this stuff.
 

Essem

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Me too Jane, and even better home made.
 

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gabriel612

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I am feeling very hungry now after seeing all your delicious looking pics. Ha ha I remember hearing a man shouting on the street taboona taboona, I mis-heard the t and thought he was shouting sabona sabona, so I asked hubby what he was saying, he hadn't heard it, so I said he was shouting SABONA SABONA he fell about laughing and then told his mum and sisters they too were all laughing at me:oops: :D Off now to make lunch with hubbies homemade SABONA:D
 

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My attempt at Kouchet Alouche
 

Jane BM

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Had a lovely dish made for me last night by Aymen, Masfouf ( not sure of spelling)... Really simple apparently, pomegranate with couscous...needless to say, I'm off to buy some more pomegranates today, forgot how good they taste!
 

Essem

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Sounds lovely Jane. 100_2932.JPG I tried pomengranate with couscous for the first time at Eid and it was delicious. Pomegranate so good for you too.
 

salim

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Rivolis ymm
 

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Kamah (sp?)
 

Essem

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In the kitchen today!
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Jane BM

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Someone's indulged today...lol....whoever was the chef, can you send them my way please...looks divine!!
 

Scottochott

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I'm expecting the same when I'm back in a couple of weeks, looks delicious!
 

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Mlawi

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Essem

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Hi Jane,

They are very thin wraps - eaten at breakfast hot with butter and honey or I've seen them in menus in restaurants with different fillings.
 
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