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Chef Ali Bennas

Ali Bennas

Posts: 88 // Recipes: 20

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How to grill corn go-cuisine.com

How to Grill Corn

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Lunch Box Salad go-cuisine.com

Lunch box salad

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Salad is one of the most variedly used dishes in over the world. It generally consists of slices of fresh vegetables and cheeses. Every one creates their own favorite take as they hold great nutritional qualities. The salad is available in a range of varieties which is differentiated by food ...

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Chipotle Salsa

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This chipotle salsa is formed with roasted tomatoes, chipotle peppers in adobar, onion, and cilantro. Smoky and delicious, this spicy salsa is suitable for topping your tacos, huevos rancheros, carne asada, and burritos. It’s additionally great for eating with tortilla chips!

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Fruit & Oatmeal Bowl for Breakfast

Fruit & Oatmeal Bowl for Breakfast

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They state its the most critical feast of the day. Fruit & Oatmeal Breakfast Bowl formula is the ideal recipe to prepare for breakfast to kick start your day with healthy carbs.

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Roasted Cauliflower Soup go-cuisine.com

Roasted Cauliflower Soup

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Roasting cauliflower until it is browned brings out its natural sweetness more than when it is simply simmered. It’s this step that really makes this creamy soup something special. Garnishing it with thinly sliced prosciutto and toasted pine nuts makes it even better.

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Layered Arugula Salad With Pear Vinaigrette go-cuisine.com

The delicious Layered Arugula Salad With Pear Vinaigrette

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This is a great salad to bring to a potluck. It looks impressive, and since it is not wholly dressed with vinaigrette in the bowl, it stays crisp and fresh even if it sits for a little while. I also like to serve this when the main course is soup, ...

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Flatbread Pizza With Prosciutto & Potatoes go-cuisine.com

Flatbread Pizza With Prosciutto & Potatoes

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This elegant and very tasty flatbread is deceptively easy to pull together, which makes it perfect for a Sunday afternoon garden party with friends. Serve it with Layered Arugula Salad with Pear Vinaigrette or Roasted Cauliflower Soup.

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The Irish Barmbrack

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Barmbrack is an ancient Irish fruitcake that is additionally known as Irish Tea Cake counting on the time of year that you’re eating it! This formula makes a very dampish, fruit loaf that is packed with flavour from mixed spice and dried fruit. apparently the fruit soaks nightlong in cold ...

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Moroccan Tfaya Sauce go-cuisine.com

Moroccan Tfaya Sauce

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Couscous Tfaya may be a quite several varied Moroccan Couscous dishes. Not like the well known seven vegetables Couscous, Moroccan Tfaya Sauce is mainly made of dried fruits and onions. It’s a mouth-watering dish that permits your taste lost between unbelievably sweet honeyed raisins and cinnamon mixed with lightweight salty ...

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Moroccan Couscous with 7 vegetables

Moroccan Couscous With 7 Vegetables

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Couscous, or more known as seksu or sikuk, is the most national dish of Morocco. The origins of the dish’s name continue to be a mystery. However, several attributes it to the hissing sound as its steam move through the holes of the couscoussière (steamer). Once traveling to Morocco, it’s ...

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Moroccan Chicken Tajine

Moroccan Chicken Tajine

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Moroccan Chicken Tajine is slow-cooked stews cooked at low temperatures, leading to tender meat with aromatic vegetables and sauce. They’re historically cooked within the tajine pot, whose lid has a knob-like formation at its top to facilitate removal. Whereas stewing, the lid can be raised off without the help of ...

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POTATO GRATIN MINI STACKS go-cuisine.com

Potato Gratin Mini Stacks

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These almost bite-size scalloped potato cakes make for such a great side dish no matter when or how you serve them. We love them with sausage and eggs for breakfast or breakfast-for-dinner nights, just as much as we do with roasted or grilled meat on dinner-for-dinner nights. TIP: A mandoline ...

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Green Beans Amandine go-cuisine.com

Green Beans Amandine

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A garnish of lightly sweetened toasted almonds is one of the best ways I know to get reluctant kids to eat their green beans. These are excellent with the Chicken Spaghetti

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Chicken Spaghetti

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Life is a lot easier when you’ve got a great go-to recipe for this classic one-pot Southern dinner. It’s made by mixing spaghetti and chicken with sautéed onion, garlic, bell peppers, and baby Bellas in a creamy cream-and-cheese sauce and then baking it. I usually scrape the mixture into the ...

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Scalloped Potatoes

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Roasted Asparagus With Red Wine Béarnaise Sauce

Roasted Asparagus With Red Wine Béarnaise Sauce

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I love to grow asparagus, but cooking it just right can be challenging—overcooked and it’s mushy, undercooked and it’s bitter. Roasting asparagus quickly in a hot oven is one of the best ways I know to bring out the maximum amount of flavor while preserving a really nice texture. Serving ...

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Broiled Honey-Thyme Peaches With Ice Cream & Aged Balsamic go-cuisine.com

Broiled Honey-Thyme Peaches With Ice Cream & Aged Balsamic

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This lovely sweet-and-savory dessert is perfect for dinner guests when peaches are in season. I love the slightly sweet finish of good-quality balsamic vinegar, but balsamic that has been aged over a decade takes it to the next level. I don’t use this rich, syrupy vinegar in vinaigrettes. Rather, I ...

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Chicken Biryani

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Biryani is a blended rice dish which is originally from the Indian subcontinent. This dish is particularly prevalent all through the Indian subcontinent, just as among the diaspora from the area. It is additionally cocked in different locales, for example, Iraqi Kurdistan. It is made with Indian flavors, rice, meat (chicken, goat, beef, prawn, or fish), vegetables ...

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Cherry Almond Crisp

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One of my absolute favorite combinations, both in taste and smell, is cherry and almond. This crisp comes together in minutes and tastes so good, especially when it’s warm and topped with vanilla ice cream. I really like that I can make it year-round, using fresh sweet cherries in season ...

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Lemon Pie

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Lemon meringue pie is a kind of prepared pie, more often than not served for a treat, made with a hull normally made of shortcrust cake, lemon custard filling, and a soft meringue beating. Lemon meringue pie is set up with a base pie covering, with the meringue legitimately over ...

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7 Meals Replacement Smoothie Diet Ideas

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Inline to remain happy, healthy, and strong, your body should be getting a certain amount of protein and fiber every day. 7 Meals Replacement Smoothie Diet Ideas is the solution* This is true for everyone, but it is especially essential for those who want to lose weight quickly. Unfortunately, many dieters ... more

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Boiled Egg Diet Can Make You Lose 24 Pounds In 14 Days

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Boiled Egg Diet Can Make You Lose 24 Pounds In 14 Days

Boiled Egg Diet Can Make You Lose 24 Pounds In 14 Days. Because the Boiled Egg Diet contains a high amount of protein; that’s why a doctor should be consulted before you begin the boiled egg diet. The Boiled Egg Diet is The Ideal Solution In case you would like ... more

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The Military Diet Can Make You Drop 10 Pounds In 3 Days

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The Military Diet Can Make You Drop 10 Pounds In 3 Days go-cuisine.com

Here is the 3-day military diet, which will assist you to lose 10 pounds! (This diet is meant for women; however, men are suggested to add an extra 100 calories each day within the form of protein.) Breakfast could also be one amongst the essential meals of the day just ... more

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Study Says Drinking One Diet Drink A Day Can Triple Risk Of Dementia And Strokes

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Study Says Drinking One Diet Drink A Day Can Triple Risk Of Dementia And Strokes go-cuisine.com

Diet soda has long been thought to be a healthier various to sugary soft drinks. However, a new study raises some concerning queries. According to The Framingham Heart Study (conducted in partnership with Boston University), there’s an association between diet soda consumption and each stroke and dementia, with individuals drinking ... more

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The Food You Love Does Not Like You

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Food You Love Does Not Like You www.go-cuisine.com

These days, I “attended” a webinar via J.J. Virgin, whose first book (I Believe) became on meals intolerances and how to take away those ingredients to enhance fitness and shed pounds. The webinar re-sparked my interest in food intolerance and dependancy. Not unusual triggers for food intolerance include chocolate, corn, ... more

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Here are The Top Two Weeks Diet Program

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Two weeks diet Program GO-CUISINE

Insights demonstrate that roughly 45 million Americans start a better eating routine every year. Truth be told, a large portion of them make a normal of four to six eating less junk food endeavors yearly. This infers their initial three slimming down preliminaries frequently fall flat. In a perfect world, ... more

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3 Ways Fitness and Nutrition Can Positively Impact Your Anxiety and Stress Levels

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3 Ways Fitness and Nutrition Can Positively Impact Your Anxiety and Stress Levels

Anxiety and stress can be a difficult combination to handle. They have the ability to take over all of your thoughts and interfere with your life. If not properly managed, you can become extremely unmotivated in many aspects of your day-to-day. However, learning to control your anxiety and stress does not ... more

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Lemon Pie

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Lemon Pie - www.Go-Cuisine.com

Lemon meringue pie is a kind of prepared pie, more often than not served for a treat, made with a hull normally made of shortcrust cake, lemon custard filling, and a soft meringue beating. Lemon meringue pie is set up with a base pie covering, with the meringue legitimately over ... more

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Fatayer With Lebanese Salad

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When I was a kid we went to my grandparents’ house after church almost every Sunday and my granddad would make meat pies and Lebanese salad. (The meat pies are called fatayer, which my family has always pronounced “fatay.”) My grandparents had nine children and a ton of grandchildren, so ... more

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Cod In Parchment With Lemon & Vegetables

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Cod In Parchment With Lemon & Vegetables - Go-Cuisine.com

Sealing fish and a few other aromatic ingredients in a parchment paper package is one of the best ways to achieve perfectly cooked white fish with minimal work. And it always makes an impression when the packages are snipped open at the table, revealing the lovely fish and vegetables inside ... more

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Blackened Fish Tacos With Red Cabbage & Mango Slaw

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Blackened Fish Tacos With Red Cabbage & Mango Slaw - Go-Cuisine.com

Warmed corn tortillas are filled with marinated, spiced, and blackened fish and a tart and slightly sweet, crunchy slaw. The mix of incredible flavors and textures in these tacos makes them impossible to resist, and they are so easy they will make you rethink eating out. I serve these with ... more

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Chicken & Fettuccine Alfredo

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CHICKEN & FETTUCCINE ALFREDO

PREP: 30 minutes COOK: 45 minutes COOL: none Ingredients: CHICKEN 2¼ to 2½ pounds boneless, skinless chicken breasts (about 6 breasts) Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper 1 cup all-purpose flour 3 large eggs 1½ cups panko or regular bread crumbs 1½ cups grated Parmesan cheese (about 3 ounces) ... more

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Weekly Food Storage Plan

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Food storage does not have to be difficult or break the bank. I cannot afford to buy prepackaged yearly supplies of freeze-dried premium foods. However, not being able to spend tens of thousands of dollars in food does not keep me from providing for my family. Instead of sprinting toward ... more

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Food Safety Matters

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Food safety can be a contentious issue. Some demand perfectly safe techniques, while others eschew modern safety and stick with their secret family recipe because “Granny did it this way her whole life and never got sick.” Personally, I prefer to use common sense. The various extension office standards and ... more

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CURRY CHICKEN SALAD WITH TOASTED NUTS

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CURRY CHICKEN SALAD WITH TOASTED NUTS - Go Cuisine

I like to serve this unique take on the chicken salad for lunch on hearty multigrain toast or with sliced cucumber and red onion in a fresh pita. For a pretty appetizer, spoon the salad onto endive leaves, arrange them in a spoke pattern on a platter, and sprinkle over ... more

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The Best-Ever Fluffy Pancakes

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A long time ago a friend of mine shared with me this recipe from her grandmother. We eat a lot of pancakes around here—there’s a reason there are two recipes for them in this book—and I always have a boxed mix in the pantry for when I just don’t have ... more

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Bacon & Gruyère Drop Biscuits

By: Ali Bennas | 0 Comments | | Category: Desserts, European

I like to serve these savory biscuits warm out of the oven with Bacon-Tomato Sweet Drip Jam or blackberry jam, alongside fried eggs and sliced fruit. They also make a great hors d’oeuvre for a cocktail party. PREP: 15 minutes COOK: 40 to 45 minutes COOL: 5 minutes Ingredients: ½ ... more

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BECK’S CRACKERS

By: Ali Bennas | 0 Comments | | Category: Desserts

Buttery crackers that are great with creamy dips such as my Last-Minute Party Dip. They’re also really yummy on top of soups or salads. I like them for parties because they’re easy to make and can be prepared in advance. They’re the kind of thing that you can put out ... more

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Baked Bruschetta With Tomato, Basil & Fontina

By: Ali Bennas | 0 Comments | | Category: European

PREP: 15minutes COOK: Under 30minutes COOL: None Ingredients: 1 loaf French bread, cut on the diagonal into 1-inch-thick slices ½ pound (2 sticks) salted butter, melted 2 cups diced (½-inch) colorful vine-ripened tomatoes (see header note) 1 cup white balsamic vinegar ¼ cup extra virgin olive oil 3 garlic cloves, ... more

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Deviled Eggs

By: Ali Bennas | 0 Comments | | Category: Desserts

The tanginess of dill pickle relish mixed into the filling with fresh herbs plus the sweetness of brown sugar–glazed bacon makes these deviled eggs look very pretty and taste so good. They’re a unique addition to a weekend or holiday breakfast spread, and thanks to the fact that they can ... more

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How to prepare Tortilla Soup

By: Ali Bennas | 0 Comments | | Category: Americas, Soup

The nourishing broth at the base of this soup is mild enough that it’s agreeable to any palate—it’s the toppings that dress it up and make it unique. Everyone gets to top their own, which is the best way I know how to make sure everyone is happy. I like ... more

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How to make a Delicious Syrian Donuts

By: Ali Bennas | 0 Comments | | Category: Asian

REP: 45 minutes, plus 2 hours rising COOK: about 1 hour COOL:  none Ingredients: 8 cups all-purpose flour, plus more for the work surface 2 cups of sugar   2 to 3 teaspoons ground aniseed   2 teaspoons ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon of sea salt 3 large eggs ½ cup finely chopped ... more

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Sausage & Hash Brown Casserole

By: Ali Bennas | 0 Comments | | Category: European

This savory Southern casserole contains all the fixings for a classic breakfast of eggs, sausage, and hash browns in a single dish, which makes it great for feeding a crowd. Serve it with Fresh Tomato Salsa for extra bright color and flavor. PREP:10 minutes COOK:1 hour 5 minutes COOL: none ... more

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How to prepare a Pie Crust

By: Ali Bennas | 0 Comments | | Category: Desserts

When I have a little extra time to make a crust for quiche or pie from scratch, I make this buttery one. It can be used for savory and sweet pies and it freezes well. You can even make a double batch and freeze one disk so that all you ... more

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Mozzarella Arancini

By: Ali Bennas | 0 Comments | | Category: European

Photo credit: Neven Mrgan on Visual hunt/ CC BY-NC-SA • Prepare time: 110 minutes (1 h 50) • Cook time: 40 minutes • Total time: 150 minutes (2 h 30) Ingredients: • Three cups low-sodium chicken soup • Kitchen salt • One cup of Italian short-grain rice Arborio • Two Tbsps. pine nuts, toasted ... more

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Delicious Moroccan pie M’hanncha

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Ingredients: • 100g of pearl grain • 1.2kg butternut squash   • 2 cloves of garlic • 2 red onions • 2 red peppers • 60g of fresh coriander    • Olive oil • ½ teaspoon dried Crushed red pepper • 1 heaped teaspoonful fennel seeds • 1 heaped teaspoonful cumin seeds • 1 heaped teaspoonful ground coriander • 100g dates and ... more

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How to prepare a Mexican Taco

By: Ali Bennas | 0 Comments | | Category: Americas

Taco is a customary Mexican dish comprising of a corn or wheat tortilla bent or coiled around a filling. Taco can be made with an assortment of fillings, including meat, pork, chicken, fish, vegetables, and cheese. Generally, tacos are eaten without receptacles, regularly embellished with salsa, bean stew pepper, avocado, ... more

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How to prepare Chicken Biryani

By: Ali Bennas | 0 Comments | | Category: Asian

Biryani is a blended rice dish which is originally from the  Indian subcontinent. This dish is particularly prevalent all  through the Indian subcontinent, just as among the  diaspora from the area. It is additionally cocked in different  locales, for example, Iraqi Kurdistan. It is made with Indian  flavors, rice, meat ... more

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Traditional Red Sangria Drink

By: Ali Bennas | 0 Comments | | Category: Drinks

Sangria it is originally a Spanish word “sangre“, which means blood. Sangria is known to have Spanish and Portuguese roots. It is devoured in Latin America broadly. The fixings can fluctuate to individual taste. It is prescribed that it is set up with organic product that has a solid taste. ... more

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Moroccan chicken Tajine

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A Brief look at Tajine    Tajine is a cone formed cooking vessel generally utilized in Morocco. It is made either from earthenware or unglazed mud. The two materials are very basic in Morocco. However, the unglazed dirt includes natural, hearty flavor and smell to whatever is being cooked in ... more

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