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Moro East by Samuel Clark and Samantha Clark

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  • Hassan's celery and white bean soup with tomato and caraway

    • lizwinn on December 04, 2011

      A real keeper. I used Christmas Limas.

  • Tunisian pepper and tomato salad

    • ComeUndone on September 08, 2010

      Not too bad but the flavour was not as strong as I hoped it would be. http://www.flickr.com/photos/wscwong/4957020737/

  • Couscous royal

    • ComeUndone on September 08, 2010

      Love the layers of flavours though my preference goes to a heartier stew. So I adapted by adding flageolet to soak up all the delicious jus. Used quinoa instead of couscous. Accompaniment of harissa is a must. http://www.flickr.com/photos/wscwong/4957027619/

  • Harissa

    • ComeUndone on September 08, 2010

      Very delicious and surprisingly not terribly spicy. I stir it into couscous royal and scrambled eggs too. http://www.flickr.com/photos/wscwong/4957022437/

  • Lentil and angel-hair pilav

    • milgwimper on September 09, 2018

      Only changes to this recipe I did was not to use butter and used vegetable broth which was an option. The dish was peppery, perfumed with cinnamon, and allspice, and delicious. Everyone loved it and now will be added to our rotation. It isn't fast to cook but it also doesn't take all day either, and it is simple. You can probably cut down the cooking time, if you brown pasta and the onions whilst the lentils cook.

  • Mansaf

    • RosieB on November 15, 2012

      I made this soup recently.It was one of the most delicious soups I have made. Serve with flat bread.

    • Melanie on September 28, 2013

      Seriously good soup! I accidentally picked up beef so I used that but the lamb would have been even more amazing. The meatballs broke up very easily when browning them but it didn't matter too much. I used water instead of stock. Would make again and again.

  • Tuna with red onion, tomato and sweet vinegar

    • RosieB on April 03, 2015

      We were given some beautiful fresh tuna and it was late so I wanted to cook something tasty but quick. This hit the mark. It was so easy. I added some smoked paprika to the salt and pepper when I tossed the tuna and a sprinkle of Espellete pepper when I served. It was delicious and definately a make again recipe.

  • Sweetcorn with cumin butter

    • mziech on January 04, 2013

      almost no cooking involved in this recipe. Does taste delicious though. Excellent as a side with bbq dishes.

  • Labneh with anchovies, red chilli and cucumber

    • Melanie on September 28, 2013

      I only made the flatbreads from this recipe. They were very good however probably should have been rolled out a little thinner (although I did hand stretch them a bit) to make them slightly larger and flatter. I thought they tasted good with the Mansaf.

  • Pumpkin pisto

    • Melanie on September 28, 2013

      Yum. I served this with the sumac chicken. I didn't use all the red wine vinegar as it seemed a little too much for my liking.

  • Fried spiced cauliflower

    • Melanie on September 28, 2013

      I was a fan of this cauliflower however I would probably try using these flavours with oven roasted cauliflower next time.

  • Roast chicken with sumac, onions and pine nuts

    • Melanie on September 28, 2013

      Very good although I cooked it for too long and the chicken dried out a little.

    • quimby on February 13, 2017

      This is fantastic, I make it all the time. It can stand up to common-sense variations, which is a sign of a good (mid-eastern) recipe! The hot skillet and then oven really work, and I love sumac!

  • Pan-fried pork with almonds and fennel

    • pistachiopeas on April 13, 2017

      A very quick meal that rewards with deep, warm flavor without too much work. Love the fennel seed/garlic/red wine vinegar/smoked hot paprika paste on the pork.

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  • ISBN 10 1448117046
  • ISBN 13 9781448117048
  • Published Nov 17 2011
  • Format eBook
  • Page Count 320
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher Random House (Digital)
  • Imprint Ebury Digital


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