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Merzouga seasoning for soup
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Merzouga seasoning for soup

Merzouga seasoning for soup

Explore the Flavors of Merzouga Soup Spices

Enhance your soups and broths! Pair your soup with a spoonful of this blend of Moroccan influences and some fresh aromatic herbs. A delight!

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How to Incorporate Merzouga Soup Spices into Your Cooking?

In addition to soup, it's perfect for enhancing meat-based dishes like chicken or lamb, imparting them with a unique depth of flavor. Furthermore, it can be added to vegetarian dishes such as vegetable stews or couscous to give them an exotic and aromatic touch. Finally, this assortment of spices can also be used to season sauces and marinades.

A Few Recipe Ideas for Using Merzouga Soup Spices

  • - Merzouga Harira Soup with Chickpeas and Lentils: Combine vegetables, chickpeas, and lentils in a broth flavored with Merzouga soup spices. Serve hot with a garnish of cilantro and a drizzle of lemon juice;
  • - Merzouga Fish Skewers: Thread pieces of white fish onto skewers with vegetables like peppers or onions. Season with Merzouga soup spices and grill until the fish is cooked and the vegetables are lightly caramelized;
  • - Merzouga Vegetable Tagine: Prepare a vegetarian tagine by cooking vegetables like zucchini, potatoes, carrots, and chickpeas in a spicy sauce made from tomatoes, onion, and garlic. Add Merzouga soup spices for an authentic and deep flavor;
  • - Grilled Merzouga Chicken: Marinate chicken pieces with a mixture of olive oil, lemon juice, and Merzouga soup spices. Grill until the chicken is cooked through and infused with the captivating flavors of the spice blend;
  • - Grilled Vegetable Couscous with Merzouga: Prepare couscous according to instructions, then toss it with grilled vegetables such as peppers, zucchini, and carrots. Season with Merzouga soup spices to add an authentic Moroccan flavor;
  • - Spicy Stuffed Peppers: Cut peppers in half and remove seeds. In a bowl, mix cooked rice, black beans, corn, cilantro, and Merzouga soup spices. Fill the peppers and bake until tender.

The Aromas of These Desert Spices

Warm and slightly smoky, with a delicate touch of spiciness, these spices subtly combine smoky, earthy, and spicy notes to provide an explosion of flavors reminiscent of the mysteries of the Moroccan desert.

A Moroccan Tradition

Merzouga, a small village located at the gates of the Sahara Desert, is a must-visit during a trip to Morocco. Known for its famous Erg Chebbi dunes, Merzouga reveals many other treasures. Merzouga soup, also called Harira, is a traditional Moroccan specialty. This blend is used to enhance the famous chickpea soup "Harira". It is served during Ramadan as it is rich and nutritious. This soup with oriental flavors consists of lentils, chickpeas, fresh parsley, fresh cilantro, cubed meats, tomato sauce, and lemon juice.

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Native country France
Ingredients paprika, ginger, cumin, black pepper, garlic.
TRACES EVENTUELLES D'ALLERGÈNES céleri, sésame, moutarde, fruits à coques.
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