Steamed chickpea

Original name : Tayeb o hari

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Where Street food
When Snack food
Taste Salty
Price $
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A kind of finger food we buy at street vendors especially during the cold seasons. With a very slow cooking, simply on water, chickpea become very soft. Often accompanied with salt and cumin and served in cone.
Une sorte de finger-food qu'on achète chez les vendeurs ambulants surtout pendant les saisons froides. Une cuisson très lente, simplement à l'eau fait que les pois chiche devienne très fondant. Souvent accompagne de sel et de cumin et servi en cornet.
About this dish
In the local culture - For everyday
Season - Autumn
- Winter
SpicyVery slightly spicy
How to eat it - By hand
Caloric valueMedium
Temperature - Hot
Vegetarian , Vegan
Difficulty of preparationVery easy
Cooked - Raw - Cooked
Ustencile - Pressure cooker or pot
  • Salt (Optional)
  • Water (Optional)
  • Chickpea (Optional)
  • Side food

    Salt and cumin

    The classics are jostled in Moroccan cuisine. The famous salt-pepper that we propose to adjust the seasoning of dishes is replaced by salt-cumin.

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