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Tagines & Couscous: Delicious Recipes for Moroccan One-pot Cooking

May 14, 2011 by  
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Tagines & Couscous: Dеlісіουѕ Recipes fοr Moroccan One-pot Cooking

  • ISBN13: 9781845979485
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Tagines form thе basis οf traditional Moroccan cooking. Thеѕе hearty casseroles аrе cooked аnd οftеn served іn аn elegant, specially-designed cooking vessel, thе tagine. In thіѕ collection οf recipes уου wіll find ѕοmе οf thе best-lονеd classics. A chapter οn Traditional Lamb Tagines includes thе sumptuous Lamb Tagine wіth Dates, Almonds, аnd Pistachios. Alѕο included аrе less traditional bυt equally dеlісіουѕ recipes fοr Beef, Kefta, аnd Sausage Tagines. Try a Beef Tagine wіth Sweet Potatoes, P

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  1. Timothy B. Riley says:
    29 of 29 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A beautiful cookbook with great recipes, January 23, 2011
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    I received a tagine for Christmas and decided to buy Tagines & Couscous by Ghillie Basan as my first Moroccan cookbook. I was so impressed with the photography and the quality of the recipes that I decided to make a video review showing not only the book but also several of the dishes that I made using this excellent, authentic cookbook. I hope that you find it helpful.

    Emile Henry Flame Top 2.6-Quart Tagine Red
    Harissa Paste 8.0 Oz By Zamouri Spices
    Ras El Hanout 4.0 Oz By Zamouri Spices
    Mustapha’s Moroccan Preserved Lemons

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  2. Andrew W. Mitchell says:
    18 of 18 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Tagines & Coucous, April 25, 2010
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    The Tagines & Coucous Cooking Book is great. The recipies are easy to follow and there is a nice picture of the finnished dish to look at. I have made some of the Tagines in this book and they have turned out great. This the fourth Moroccan Cook Book by Ghillie Basan I have purchased. I reccomend any of her cook books.

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  3. S. Kessler says:
    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Lovely Book, Delicious Recipes, May 29, 2010
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    This review is from: Tagines & Couscous: Delicious Recipes for Moroccan One-pot Cooking (Hardcover)

    I’ve had this book for a little over a month now and have made several recipes from it. The finished dishes were absolutely delicious and have gotten raves from my husband, who has never been that fond of Moroccan restaurants. But he just loves the food that comes out of this book. The recipes are nicely adapted to the American kitchen and rely on fresh ingredients. The cooking techniques used are not at all complicated and are pretty easy, actually. You don’t need a real tagine to cook in (although the ones made by Emile Henry are really pretty); I use a 4 qt. All Clad saute pan and this is the right size for the recipes in the book. The basic buttery couscous recipe is fabulous and is now the only way I make couscous. No more sticky lumps of couscous. Each grain comes out perfectly separate and fluffy and deeply flavorful. This cookbook is also a joy to read, with excellent commentary on Moroccan cooking and folkways and simply gorgeous photography. I also have her Flavors of Moroccan Cooking (I think that’s the title) which has a lot of duplicate recipes, but a wider range of foods. But it is also a beautiful book and either one would make a wonderful gift for a friend who likes Mediterranean/ethnic foods.

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