tajine


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tajine

(tæˈʒiːn)
n
(Cookery) a variant spelling of tagine
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Marilen Tantoco brings her Moroccan dreams and memories to Rustan's !-- -- When you think of Morroco, you think of riads, the stately traditional homes with Andalusian-style courtyards of wealthy merchants of tajine, the clay vessel used for slow cooking fountains made from colorful mosaic tiles lamps made of glass and cast iron.
The guests will then be treated with soup, salads and starters to be followed by the main course including special dishes like 'Lamb Ouzi' with oriental rice, Arabic Mix Grill, Chicken Tajine, Chicken Biryani, Beef Stroganoff and Grilled Fish with Lemon Butter Sauce.
For your main course, you can plunge into roasted lamb, chicken tajine with preserved lemons (16 euros) or an excellent tajine of stringy- soft beef, long-stewed peppers and caramelized onions (16 euros).
And the most important dishes on the Tunisian table is the Tajine in different types.
Moroccan tajine dishes are slow-cooked savory stews, typically made with sliced meat, poultry or fish together with vegetables or fruit.
Mention couscous and tajine and what comes to mind are the rich, colorful and spice-laden flavors of Morocco.
Furthermore, diners will have the option to select from the main course options varying between the two well-known Moroccan dishes- the Lamb Couscous and the Chicken Tajine. The meal won't be over unless ended by the traditional Moroccan tea, the famous Moroccan Mhensha sweet and a wide selection of oriental desserts which will be the sweetest way to end the celebratory night.
Assisted by his son, Muhammad Nazri Redzuawan, and another helper, the trio prepared three dishes; Soup Meatball Minestrone, Moroccan Chicken Tajine and Penne Spicy Tuna for the crowd to savour.
Lamb tajine from Morocco and Northern Africa was cooked and served in colorful authentic vessels called tajine.
Reminiscent of Spanish omelette, tajine is a baked preparation of egg and stewed meat finessed with mint, olive oil and parsley.
For starters we had hummus, moutabel, baba ghanoush, tabouleh, and fattoush followed by lamb shank ouzi, Dawood Basha that is meatballs braised in tomato sauce, Batata Harra or spicy potatoes, Sawda Djej , that is chicken liver with pomegranate, and Dajaj Tajine that is chicken stew with olives and lemon confit.
For main course, sample dishes from the far corners of the world with highlights including the live shawarma station, lamb tajine with prunes and sesame seeds, chicken curry and the Arabic mixed grill.