harira


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harira

(həˈrɪərə)
n
(Cookery) a Moroccan soup made from a variety of vegetables with lentils, chickpeas, and coriander
[Arabic]
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Restaurants serve traditional Moroccan dishes, including tajines in many formslamb and prunes, seafood with lemon, or chicken with olives, pastilla, and harira soup.
Ditto for harira, the silky tomato, lentil and chickpea soup that many eat daily during Ramadan.
We are looking at so many different recipes such as gajar ka halwa, harira (lentil) soup, umm ali, lasagne, handi chicken, shahi murg, and kulfi, to name a few.
Among the family's traditional dishes was the Harira soup.
One of the most popular Moroccan dishes is Moroccan Harira. It is made from chickpeas, lentils, fresh vegetables, and sometimes beef.
As I tackled the delicious Moroccan couscous with meat, seven vegetables, as well as the Harira soup served with lemon and dates, I agreed with a Moroccan lady who said that eating was a national Moroccan pastime.
On se gave de nourriture, on mange de tout harira , chabakiya, dattes, crepes, batbout, mssemen, beurre, fromage, miel, oeufs, cafe, the, tagine...
Addressing a protest meeting, the leaders of LHWs Association Asia Bibi, Mehr Afroze and Harira said that the nature of their duty was delicate and sensitive as they remained alert round the clock but the government did not pay heed to their demands.
Therefore, she called her relative Abu Harira to take it to the shop for repair.
Try harira (chickpea, cinnamon, lentil and coriander soup, cooked with or without meat) and pastilla (chicken or pigeon meat, parsley, cinnamon, saffron and almonds wrapped in filo pastry and sprinkled with sugar and cinnamon).
The experience starts with a steaming bowl of Harira (lentil soup) to warm the stomach.
Zeituna visitors can relish the delicacies on the day from 5pm till 11pm, beginning with the classic Harira soup, which will be followed by a selection of cold appetisers.