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"I've really been getting into the spice combinations of the Middle East and North Africa, so this recipe was right up my alley! I think a little cayenne (maybe 1/4 tasp?) would be a nice addition. I may have had the heat up too high, though, because it got a bit dry at the end and I had to add some water -- or should the skillet have been c..."
"This recipe has all of the right bells and whistles, but it's a little dry; I think I'd increase the dressing by at least half (if not doubling it) for next time. And there definitely *will* be a next time!"
"This was very tasty -- my husband suggested it was like ceviche without the fish! And, like ceviche, it's a perfect recipe for a hot, steamy day. However, I made a couple of modifications and a couple of suggestions: First the modifications:
1. I increased the dressing by half, thinking that it might be too dry otherwise; I beli..."
"Simply delicious and so easy! I'd definitely recommend using fresh mint if you can get it; fortunately we have some spearmint growing in our garden. Perfect dish for a steamy summer day."
"I thought (and the friends who tasted it at the pot luck that I brought it to agreed) that the taste was delicious but it was a little soupy. I think I'll cut back the olive oil next time to at least under 1/4 cup -- maybe less."
"Not your typical carrot soup, for sure! Loved the citrus notes combined with the earthiness of the coriander and cumin. Have to admit I didn't bother with the twists, and I didn't have rice flour so used regular flour instead. Other than that, I followed the recipe exactly, even to the crushing of the coriander seed. It was well wort..."
"These were really tasty! Didn't cook mine quite enough; will do better next time. However, the combination of the vinegar and the coriander and caraway seed was definitely a treat. I'm constantly amazed by the way spices are combined in the Islamic world of Northern Africa and the Middle East; this is one more illustration."
"These are wonderful! A friend gave me some rather large cucumbers, so I cut them into spears rather than leaving them whole; otherwise, I followed the recipe. What a marvelous earthy flavor and so easy to prepare! I'm thinking that brine would be marvelous with carrots -- hoping to try that next. Thanks so much for posting."
"Delicious! And no, you don't need to add any (or at least not much) salt, because the lemon juice takes care of everything. We used the better part of a roasted chicken, which we put in only a few minutes prior to adding the spinach so that it would be warmed. We're delighted to have leftovers."
"My spouse (who has diabetes) prefers -- both for health and taste reasons -- tagines that don't have any sweetness (honey and/or dried fruits) in them. We both liked this recipe a lot. It also has the virtue of coming together very quickly; most of the work is just assembling all the spices! I made one slight modification, which was to use..."