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Posted by linzi-mermaid - Created: 14 years ago
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Posted by linzi-mermaid - 14 years ago

Wow

All sound yummy! Thanks guys

Liz

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Posted by cab-182963 - 14 years ago

The vegies you would want to add are: courgettes, red and green peppers, cabbage, onions and chick peas.  The broth from this is added to the semolina (couscous grain) with a hot paste that is usually mixed with the broth. The meats can vary but you usually have: lamb, mergez, chicken and beef.  A friend of my in-laws is Moroccan and that is how she makes hers.  She even makes the semolina on her own, one plate and forget about dessert! You serve the vegies seperately from the semolina and the meat.

C.

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Posted by fidav - 14 years ago

Roast vegetables - courgettes, all coloured peppers, cherry tomatoes, (parsnips if you can find them) etc etc - in lots of olive oil, with garlic cloves in there too. Then toss that into the couscous and add fresh basil, black pepper and  a final dash of extra virgin peppery olive oil - very yummy!

 

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Posted by Peacock-187994 - 14 years ago

Add: Chopped Chilli`s, Lime juice, coriander, black pepper, mint sauce, chopped onions, pine nuts and raisins - all to taste really

My mouth is watering thinking about it

Peacock