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Moroccan Lamb Tagine with Buttered Couscous

Moroccan Lamb Tagine with Buttered Couscous

For the Spice Paste

For the Tagine

For the Buttered Couscous

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Posted by Paul339Report
This is a seriously good recipe ans SO easy to cook, Ras al Hanout means ' recipe of chef ' it's a spice blend and the best I have been able to find is from seasoned pioneers, google them, well worth the effort of getting hold of it and using it in this recipe
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Actual translation is 'head of the shop'!
Posted by Report
Since morroco is in north Africa Danielis corect - the translation is 'head of the shop' it is a spice blend containing up to 30 spices (discretion of the shop owner so exact recipes vary - you can get a reasonably priced mix from seasoned pioneers).
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