In typical Maghreb cooking, couscous is cooked in the top part of a pot known as a couscousière. The bottom part holds a stew, or tagine, whose simmering vapors steam and flavor the couscous.
Moroccan Chicken Tagine - チキン 塩レモン タジン鍋 モロッコ this looks pretty authentic. You can make your own preserved lemons by slicing them into wedges and keeping them in a salt (lots of salt) and water mixture in the fridge.
✯ Pinned by Sofia Stallone on Marokaanse Mint Thee ~ a beautiful tea set
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Harira is the traditional soup of Morocco, and more specifically from Fès that is popular as a starter but can also be eaten on its own as a snack. #196flavors