A comforting Moroccan inspired dish, alive with flavours, spices and heat from the harissa, let those juices sink into the fluffy flatbread with fresh pomegranate and yoghurt on the side.
By Selina Periampillai
We love making Moroccan inspired dishes at our home, those fragrant pungent spices, meltingly tender meat, the combination of the sweet and savoury flavours makes authentic food from this region a comfort and joy to eat. This dish always transports me to a different place, admist the mechoiu, bustling streets, smells of spices in the air and wafts of Moroccan eateries lingering in the streets. Its easy enough to make at home, great for a sharing supper..
Selina runs a Mauritian Supper Club, in South London where she cooks for diners wanting to experience homemade mauritian cuisine, learnt from family generations of recipes. Her food is comfort food, nothing fancy or fine dining just down to earth delicious home cooking. She is a self taught wedding cake maker and cook, she recipe writes for websites, is a regular contributor to online food magazines, loves to travel especially to experience different food cultures and is a keen charity walker. You can see her culinary creations and adventures on her food blog Yummy Choo Eats.