machallah another great recipe!
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CARDAMOME et MACIS ??
Je ne savais pas que l'on pouvait mettre ces deux épices là dans le tajine de PDT et olives ! La feuille de laurier à la rigueur... BISES ET BONNE CONTINUATION
Ok je testerai, promis. En tout les cas je ne reste pas une journée sans consulter ton blog. See you ***
I found your website through searching youtube for tajine recipes. I do not have a tajine and I think it is very difficult to find one in Brazil, but I intend to try a few of your recipes in a
One thing that called my attention is that you make abundant use of several spices (turmeric, cardamome, saffron etc) together. This is something that is not frequent in our cuisine (Brazil do have
spicy recipes, most of them involving different types of pepper), but we are a bit timid in mixing them up as you show here. I think this is fascinating and I will try this recipe with olives and
potatos this weekend.
I would like to know if it would be OK let the chicken marinate overnight, as I intend to cook this dish on Sunday, but would also like to let a few things ready in advance.
Also, we do not have mace here - would you suggest a replacement of I should just leave it out?
Sorry to ask so many questions but I want to do it right.
Thanks a lot for your website and for the recipes.