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Clay pot cooking, unique to certain parts of Asia, Africa and Europe, is a method that uses unglazed earthen clay pots to slow cook foods that range from meat to seafood and vegetables.This book offers over 50 delicious recipes from around the world that include Moroccan recipes that are slow cooked to perfection in the tagine, a traditional Morrocan clay pot.
Other recipes call for the German Romertopf or the South American cazuela, each an original, with step-by-step instructions on preparation and presentation. For someone who has never cooked with a clay pot, this book provides a handy introduction to clay pot equipment and techniques. Beautifully laid out with over 300 high quality photographs spread over six chapters, each recipe has full-page illustrations of the process as well as the finished product, including details like number of servings, cooking tips and variations. The recipes are easy to follow and focus on how to prepare a delicious yet simple slow cooked meal.
Moroccan recipes abound in this book, from classic favorites like shellfish tagine to Mediterranean baked vegetables. The book covers main courses, side dishes and desserts. Saffron Mussels with White Wine and Garlic, Poussins with New Potato Pot-Roast, Fresh Currant Bread and Butter Pudding are just some examples of the delectable recipes in this book. The book comes in an easy-to-use paperback format, with the added bonus of UK measurements for all the recipes.
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Moroccan food is warm and inviting with brilliant flavors to wake up taste buds and make your Christmas dinner one to remember. The ingredients and spices will make it hard for guests to stay out of the kitchen, and the warm smell will make them forget how cold and dreary it is outside. The best part, it is a simple meal to make and the ingredients are all to easy to find.
One of the simplest dishes to make is a tagine. This dish is named for the earthenware pot it is cooked in, but you can cook at home in one without any problem.
The most common dish is lamb meat that is slow simmered inside. The top of the tagine can be lifted easily to add vegetables, or add spices. Lamb is a very popular meat to cook in the tagine. Ingredients used to make the dish have that wonderful Moroccan flavor include: olive oil,paprika, turmeric, cumin, cayenne pepper, cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, kosher salt, ginger, saffron, garlic powder, coriander, onions, carrots, garlic, and honey. Yes there are many ingredients, but you will find that not only they work together, they give your whole home a warm feel. The tastes are such a good change from what everyone else is serving, your guests will thank you for giving them a meal that wakes up their taste buds and make them happy they came to your house to eat Christmas or New Years dinner.
If you have a loved one that enjoys cooking, and loves the flavors of Moroccan foods, giving this person the gift of paying for a Moroccan cooking class is perfect. This is unique gift that will allow that loved one to learn about all of the interesting and delicious Moroccan ingredients involved in the dishes, and also some great Moroccan recipes like tagine and more. There is a lot to learn about Moroccan foods and cooking, and class is a great place for beginners to start.
Not only will they be able to learn about the different Moroccan ingredients and methods of cooking the foods, but the student in the class will also get to learn about Moroccan culture and who to serve the food to guests. Tagine is not only a common stew that is a favorite of the people, but its also a pot that the stew is created in. Students will lean what spices and herbs to include in their Tagine, along with what to cook it in and how to serve. There is so much that can be learned by taking a cooking class.
If your friend loves Moroccan food and you think they would enjoy learning new Moroccan recipes, the gift of a cooking class really is a great gift for them. Not only are you going to feel great giving them this one of a kind opportunity, but you will also be able to enjoy the results when you get invited over for a meal.