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4 mai 2012 5 04 /05 /mai /2012 13:42

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Today I am going to present you a traditional Moroccan dish "Couscous Teffaya", teffaya means the sauce made with onion

which accompanies the dish.

We have in Morocco a lot of variety of couscous dishes, Couscous made with meat and vegetable (see my recipe), Couscous with fish, Couscous with milk, Couscous sweet with dried fruit and honey...
We eat Couscous in Morocco usually on Fridays ( the holy day for muslims), when the members from the family come back from 

 the mosque. On this day you can smell Couscous in the air everywhere.

Couscous is cooked in a special pot (a couscous steamer), which

has two components: a top-perforated deep pan, which contains

the grain, and a bottom pot containing the stew which the pan

rests on .

Couscous is moistened with water before cooking and then it is placed in the pan. Every tweenty minutes the couscous is taken

out of the pan to add oil or butter and to work it by hand.

Couscous is ready when the granules are cooked, separated, soft, and moist.

 

 








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oum jennah 04/11/2010


oooh! this is my all time favourite couscous! everytime arrive in Morocco..Mouimma has it prepared for me special :)
question..i noted you used saffrom powder..what exactly is that? crushed saffron? or the colouring? (ex.colorant alimentair la Chaine?) i dont believe i have ever cooked with saffrom powder..what
is is called in Morocco to have some sent to me? or can i find it here in the states?


WENDY 20/05/2012

Hola SUSU( así lo pronuncio) Hoy he hecho esta receta, pero doblando los ingredientes porque somos 3 en casa y siempre hago algo más por si llega alguien a última hora ja,ja,ja...de verdad. Bueno,
les ha encantado. Mi hija mayor vive con su pareja y la próxima vez que venga a comer repetiré este cus-cus, con mis correcciones porque lo hice exactamente ,sin cambiar nada, y ahora tengo que
personalizarlo, lo siento, no lo puedo evitarlo, es como eruptar despues de comer, no lo puedes evitar; pues a mi me pasa con las recetas, debo personizarlas, no lo puedo evitar. entonces ya te
contaré.
Demás está decir que soy española de adopción, tengo 52 años, vivo en España, desde hace 35 años, Guadalajara, 60 kms. al nor-este de Madrid, pero nací en Santiago de Chile y estoy casada con un
Arabe de medio oriente ¡¡óle!!
Me encanta la comida marroquí y en general toda la comida asiatica, la verdad, me encanta comer.
Susu, un besito y sigue así de fantástica y sobre todo gracias por tu generosidad al compartir tanta delicia con nosot@s. Mashala tabarak Alah. Chauuuuuuuuuuuuu

Home delivered food 14/06/2012

This Moroccan dish is really easy to make and delicious. This is an extraordinary dish! I followed the recipe as directed and it turned out great!

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