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Discussion in 'Daily Living' started by da3ley, Jun 25, 2018.
I am! Post them please!
Moroccan Couscous Royale
- 2 Spoons of sunflower oil
- 3 Carots in pieces as on shown pic
- 1 kohlrabi (turnips?) same size as above
- 1 onion - in pieces
- chicken breast ( cut in bigger pieces)
- Salt. pepper, some sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon ground coriander seeds
- 1 teaspoon curcuma
- 2 small zucchini cut in pieces
- 3 fresh tomatos, peeled off and without seeds. cut in quarters
- depending on your taste some chickpeas
Put Part 1 ingredients (without water & chicken) in a pot, stir until it is about to roast. Add water until everything is covered. Add chicken.
Cook for about 20 - 25 min,
add Part 2 vegetables. cook for approx. 10 more minutes
3. Prepare couscous as said on the product. I prefer preboild which is ready in about 5-7 min.
It looks and sound so tasty. I'll try. We have a lot of Moroccan food in France. Thank you for sharing.
Thank you Anna! I am definitely going to try this! It looks delish!
I love bulgogi. We used to have it at a big student house in Auckland. The was a Korean girl, who lived there. She regularly mage bulgogi for us. That was where I first fell in love with kimchi. I still regularly buy kimchi from a little Korean store.
Red beans and rice
I am in San Antonio. Refried beans made with lard. Enchiladas, Mexican Rice, beef tacos made with soft fried greasy corn tortillas, chalupa, guacamole. So good. I have put on 10 lbs in the last 25 days
Sounds very nice
So very nice. I have a taco addiction
As good as any other I suppose
I got turned on to kimchi in high school. My gilrfriend (who was a BBW) her mom was half korean and gave me kimchi thinking I wouldn't like it, but I did! It wasn't until I actually went to Korea that I learned they can turn just about any vegetable into kimchi (not just cabbage).
I think that it's wonderful that our communities are now so ethnically and culturally diverse. There are so many cultural events to enjoy. And, of course, there are so many different cuisines to enjoy. Multiculturalism is the gainers friend, because every day is a feast day in some culture or other. My life is like Christmas everyday, as my big belly well attests.
Gotta love Mee Siam, a popular noodle dish for Malays
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