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    Posted February 26, 2014 by
    Yuppy5
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    kenitra, Morocco
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    Do you eat ethically?

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    The Moroccan Tajine

     
    One of the most delicious meals in Morocco is Tajine. It is a well-known dish in North Africa especially for Morocco, it is usually prepared to serve a guest or when we are in a familial atmosphere; it is always set out in a traditional muddy pot and on a still fire or properly on burning-coal . However, lately, it become usual to set it out in a silver pot yet the muddy one has its property and uniqueness.
    For me, when I was student in high school, and am still under the power the family I was fallowing the system put for meals within my family, but when I graduated and joined the university, feeling independent, tagine become my favorite dish.
    I used to buy some vegetables that fit with this special dish like potatoes, tomatoes, green pepper, onion and carrots, in addition to chickens sometimes or some seafood or loafs of meat in other times. I used to set out Tajine at least 5 times per week this number can be accrued. Usually it takes 40 minutes to 1 hour to be ready to decorated by dry fruit such as raisin, dry plum and slices of lemon as well as green olive and then to be served with bread.
    Ultimately, we should note that, and through the cultural diversity in Morocco, Tajine differs from one region to another and each region has its way of preparing this appetising spicy dish.
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