Looking for ideas for your Easter Sunday family feast? How about this Middle Eastern inspired Lamb and Fresh Fig Tagine? Perfect for your Easter Sunday lunch or dinner. Don’t let the look of this dish fool you, yes it looks pretty impressive however super easy to make, you don’t even need a tagine to cook it.
— From Daniel Rosati. Makes 8 servings 2 split chicken breasts, cut in half 4 chicken thighs 4 chicken legs 2 garlic cloves, passed through a garlic press 3/4 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon pepper 5 tablespoons olive oil 2 tablespoons...
Za’atar is one of those spice blends that you absolutely should have sitting in your pantry along with your jar of herbs de provence and steak seasoning blend. It’s a ubiquitous Middle Eastern spice and everyone has their own proprietary blend but it often has dried thyme, oregano, sesame seeds and sumac. Sumac is a […]
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Da jeg summede over hvad jeg skulle lave til jer, hvori græskar kunne indgå, så slog at det mig, at jeg selvfølgelig skulle lave en tagine. En såkaldt nordøstafrikansk simreret, som tilberedes i en art cocotte af ler, og det er faktisk den der hedder en tagine. Traditionelt bruges varme krydderier som kanel, kardemomme, nellike, […]