Traditional Moroccan Cooking: Recipes from Fez by Madame GuinaudeauCapturing the atmosphere of Fez, cultural capital of the medieval Moorish world, Madame Guinaudeau takes us behind closed doors into the kitchens and dining rooms of the old city. She invites us to a banquet in a wealthy home, shopping in the spice market and to the potters workshop; shares with us the secrets of preserving lemons for a tagine; shows us how to make perfect Moroccan bread. Traditional Moroccan Cooking is the ideal introduction to a mouth-watering culinary heritage and a vivid description of an ancient and beautiful city.
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A gsaa , a mqla , a pastry board, a rolling-pin and a pastry cutter. Knead in the gsaa the flour mixed with 3 oz of pounded sesame seeds, the egg yolks, vinegar and sufficient oil to make the mixture a little firmer than the dough used for bread. Put on one side for several hours. Cut out pieces of about 8 by 5 inches with the pastry-cutter. Make six cuts in the paste to make seven strips leaving an edge of one inch top and bottom to hold it together.
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