When we visited Morocco we took a cooking class at a little spot in the Atlas Mountains. The thing that struck me the most about Moroccan cooking was just how fresh everything tasted. We learned to make a chicken tagine, a health salad, and then later ate
Saturday night Cooking with the Coyotes Chicken with preserved lemons on a carrot raft tagine, shown here in photos.
Renowned chef Paula Wolfert gave us inspiration at the Clay Coyote for making a Moroccan cooking dish called a tagine. You can see in our previous article the history of the tagine and a few recipes you can make in your own. Here, we are describing a
I preserved lemons to make this tagine recipe from Mourad's book, "New Morocco." Mourad describes this as,"an ultra classic Moroccan chicken dish- and a great starter recipe for test driving your new tagine." I thought it was a great way to introduce my
Every culture has their own unique contribution to the culinary world. I was interested by this quote from Chef Mourad Lahlou's new book, and wanted to share it. " I'm going to go out on a limb here- the limb of a lemon tree- and say that preserved