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Tunisian Lamb Soup

Tunisian Lamb Soup

This soup is very easy to make, it is nutritious and not as spicy as we can think! The cumin gives it a wonderful taste and the harissa a beautiful red colour. You can serve this soup with a green salad and fresh bread. Can be served as a one dish meal.

Algerian harira

Algerian harira

Traditionally, Harira is the fast-breaking dish during the month of Ramadan. It is a creamy soup of meat and vegetables served with borek, dates and lemon slices.

Chorba hamra bel frik (Algerian lamb, tomato and freekeh soup)

Chorba hamra bel frik (Algerian lamb, tomato and freekeh soup)

This traditional soup is prepared every day during the month of Ramadan by Algerian families. It is usually accompanied by Briks or Boreks.

Moroccan-inspired lamb kebabs

Moroccan-inspired lamb kebabs

Delicately flavoured, skewered lamb mince kebabs with prunes, cinnamon and cumin are fabulous on the BBQ or grilled.

Chorba frik (Algerian lamb and freekeh soup)

Chorba frik (Algerian lamb and freekeh soup)

Chorba frik is a soup traditionally served every day during Ramadan. It is composed mainly of lamb or chicken with cracked wheat (freekeh) and chickpeas. Vegetables are sometimes added, but not in this recipe.

Keleya Zaara (Tunisian lamb with saffron)

Keleya Zaara (Tunisian lamb with saffron)

This is a tasty Tunsian dish I picked up from my mother-in-law.