Morocco

Morocco

by Najat Sifrioui, Michel Reuss
     
 
More than 90 quick and simple recipes that bring the delicious taste of authentic tagines, couscous, and pastillas into your home kitchen.

Divulging the secrets from their family recipes, Ghislaine Benady and Najat Sifrioui are your guides through the markets and bakeries of one of the world's most diverse and creative cuisines. With a range of influences, from

Overview

More than 90 quick and simple recipes that bring the delicious taste of authentic tagines, couscous, and pastillas into your home kitchen.

Divulging the secrets from their family recipes, Ghislaine Benady and Najat Sifrioui are your guides through the markets and bakeries of one of the world's most diverse and creative cuisines. With a range of influences, from Mediterranean and Jewish to Middle Eastern and African, Moroccan cuisine is an exotic blend of aromatic spices and bold flavors. Morocco is divided into chapters arranged by dish.

Recipes include:

o Beet Salad with Cumino Lamb Tagine with Dried Apricots

o Seven Vegetable Couscouso Fish and Shrimp Pastilla

o Almond Ghoriba

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781552859681
Publisher:
Whitecap Books, Limited
Publication date:
09/15/2009
Pages:
160
Sales rank:
1,290,206
Product dimensions:
6.90(w) x 11.10(h) x 0.70(d)

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Meet the Author

Ghislaine B?nady and Najat Sifrioui were both born in Fez, Morocco, where they met while attending a secondary school preparatory program. After losing touch for 42 years, they became reacquainted while Ghislaine was beginning to write her 10th cookbook. Ghislaine asked Najat to co-write Morocco with her.

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