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Tilapia Broiled Egyptian Style

Tilapia Broiled Egyptian Style by John Spottiswood

We adopted this recipe from our Egyptian babysitter in San Francisco named Hoda. We came to her house once to pick up our son and were greeted by the most amazing smell! She invited us to take a bite of the tilapia she had cooked. We were smitten. It was the first broiled, then soaked, recipe we had tasted, and it is still one of…

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Moroccan Broiled Fish Skewers or Fillets

Moroccan Broiled Fish Skewers or Fillets by John Spottiswood

This is a tasty Moroccan dish that you are sure to love. Serve it over salad, cous cous, bulgar pilaf, or white or brown rice. We've used thick white fish but also thinner fish like catfish or tilapia when they are more reasonable. You can't skewer them, but you can broil the whole fillet (see picture). It also works with salmon…

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PORTUGUESE CHICKEN LIVER (Peri-Peri)

PORTUGUESE CHICKEN LIVER (Peri-Peri) by Les

Simply delicious! A friend embarrassingly describes this dish as "orgasmic" - guess she likes it a lot! LOL I frequently make a smaller portion just for myself as it is quick, easy and economical. Judge for yourself ....

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RICH LAMB & TOMATO BREDIE

RICH LAMB & TOMATO BREDIE by Les

In South Africa, this particular stew is an old Cape dish called a bredie. What gives a bredie its unique character is the long, slow simmering until the meat and vegetables melt together in the rich, full-bodied gravy. In addition to the potatoes and onion there is always a dominant vegetable such as cabbage, beans or pumpkin.…

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