Candied meat with almond and raisins

Original name : Mrouzia

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Where Homemade
When Lunch, Dinner
Taste Sweet and salty, Spicy
Price $ $ $ $
Where
Homemade
When
Lunch, Dinner
Taste
Sweet and salty, Spicy
Price
$ $ $ $
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What better than the « Mrouzia » to illustrate the mastering of sweet and salty in Moroccan cuisine.
Bones are highly appreciated to prepare this "Mrouzia". The reason is simple, they give a lots of flavor to this dish. Thus, a small amount of meat is left on the bones. The rest is used in other dishes (ground meat, #skewers# ...).

Add to the meat raisins, cinnamon, honey, almonds (without skin) and the other ingredients. Simmer slowly over low heat until getting a short broth. A sauce whose the texture and flavor are concentrated.

The "Mrouzia" can be kept for a long time in the refrigerator. Take out some of "Mrouzia", warm it and serve it. rnInstead of eating it the same day when it is prepared, it is advisable to keep it for a while (1 day) so that the different flavors mingle and soak into the meat.

This dish is mainly prepared for the fest of "Aid El Kebir".
About this dish
In the local culture - For special occasions
Regions - Marrakesh
- Rabat,Sale
- Fes, Meknes
Special occasion - Feast of the sacrifice (Eid al Adha)
SpicyWell spicy
How to eat it - Dipping bread
Caloric valueVery High
Temperature - Hot
Allergy - Contains nuts (example: Almond)
Difficulty of preparationDifficult
Cooked - Raw - Cooked
Ustencile - Pressure cooker or pot
Components
  • Spice mix
  • Oil
  • Salt
  • Raisins
  • Cinnamon
  • Olive oil
  • Honey
  • Almond
  • Ginger
  • Lamb
  • Saffron
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