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Lamb Meatball and Fava Bean Tagine / Morocco

Lamb Meatball and Fava Bean Tagine / Morocco by Amos Miller

This is truly a hand-crafted meal - it takes time. I know that only the most devoted will make this. But it is nothing short of spectacular and was my favorite Spring dish. I'd eat it weekly. This is how I recall Mina made for me when I lived in Marrakech. I'm sharing it just because it is a personal favorite and, for guests,…

5 votes
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Leg of Lamb with Moroccan Seasonings

Leg of Lamb with Moroccan Seasonings by John Spottiswood

This was a wonderful leg of lamb that I cooked for a Holiday gathering this year. I took a base recipe for Moroccan Roast Lamb from one of my favorite cookbooks - Recipes from Morocco by Sufo. I then added roast potatoes and created a gravy from the drippings. It couldn't have come out much better. Everyone raved about it. I used…

8 votes
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Moroccan Lamb, Dates & Honey Tagine

Moroccan Lamb, Dates & Honey Tagine by John Spottiswood

This dish has a luscious mix of honey, cinnamon, lamb, dates and almonds. It is rich without being too heavy. It tastes fantastic with red wine. Old world food that will make you feel like a wealthy Sultan!

5 votes
13332 views
Barbecued Lamb Moroccan Style

Barbecued Lamb Moroccan Style by John Spottiswood

This is a traditional northern african recipe called Mechouie. It's normally done with a whole lamb, but I BBQ a boneless leg of lamb butterflied

5 votes
13885 views
haruf

haruf by CHEF ASHRAF ABD ALEEM ELKHARBOTLY

haruf

1 vote
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Dumpling and Lamb Stew

Dumpling and Lamb Stew by Peter Brown

I found this recipe from Thuli of MGANSI STYLE CUSINE and have passed it on as it was presented : Peter "Whether it’s prepared in winter or summer this dish is a guaranteed winner and your guests will give you the complimentary ‘oooh’s and ‘aaah’s around the dinner table. I grew up in an environment whereby if there’s been a…

1 vote
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.lamb.. haruf

.lamb.. haruf by CHEF ASHRAF ABD ALEEM ELKHARBOTLY

.lamb.. haruf

2 votes
4499 views
Bobotie

Bobotie by Two Foodies One Journey

Bobotie has a long history in South African cuisine and is one of the national dishes. It is known in the area of South Africa since the 17th century and most likely has its roots in Indonesia and comes from the word Bobotok. Other sources place the origin in Malaysia. But it seems to be clear that Dutch settlers/companies brought…

1 vote
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Malay Curried tripe recipe

Malay Curried tripe recipe by Peter Brown

An unusual way to cook Tripe .This from the cape Malay culture in South Africa

1 vote
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Butternut Bredie

Butternut Bredie by Peter Brown

A Bredie in South Africa is a stew. This recipe comes from Tannie Evita (Auntie Evita) a afrikaans lady portrayed by the comedian Pieter Dirk Uys . It's a straight-forward, non-fussy recipe, so it's one you'll be able to throw together during a busy week day to ensure your family gets a nutritious yet tasty dinner.

1 vote
4557 views
Baked Roccan Lamb Rolls

Baked Roccan Lamb Rolls by Homemade & Yummy

Baked Roccan Lamb Rolls combines the wonderful Moroccan flavours into an egg roll. Baked not fried for a healthier appetizer.

1 vote
1079 views
Sambossa

Sambossa by Janis Tester

An Ethiopian Appetizer

1 vote
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Moroccan Lamb Kabobs with Chickpea and Apricot Couscous

Moroccan Lamb Kabobs with Chickpea and Apricot Couscous by Hungry Jenny

These are really quick to make and the chickpea and apricot salad can be whipped up whilst the kabobs are grilling. This serves 2 so you can either make 8 kabob balls for a skewer each, or 16 smaller kabob balls for 2 skewers each! http://hungryjenny.blogspot.com/2010/08/say-no-to-takeaway-kick-up-lamb-kabob.html

3 votes
3119 views
ULTIMATE MEAT POTJIE

ULTIMATE MEAT POTJIE by Peter Brown

A Potjie in South Africa is a stew cooked on an open fire in a 3 legged cast iron pot (POTJIE) This is a traditional way to cook ,take your time,consume much beer and wine and enjoy

1 vote
2058 views
Habra Neyyah Baz (Raw Meat)

Habra Neyyah Baz (Raw Meat) by CHEF ASHRAF ABD ALEEM ELKHARBOTLY

Habra Neyyah Baz (Raw Meat)

1 vote
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