"A fast-food type Tunisian dish that my husband taught me how to make. It's very simple and yet delicious. Serve warm with bread." — snowfairy
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zucchinis, thinly sliced
yellow squash, thinly sliced
potatoes, peeled and cut into strips
hot chile peppers, chopped
salt and pepper to taste
2 1/2 tablespoons
absolutely delicious!! tastes exactly the way my mother would make it!!! I like to eat it with pita bread and a little olive oil!! thanks for the recipe!!!
I like the idea of this recipe, and went through the trouble of making my own harissa as I could not find it at any of the local grocery stores. However it is extremely soup-like, and I am unsure if it is supposed to be that way. I thought this would be more of a sauteed vegetable dish with a little sauce. The texture wasn't an issue, but the liquid was overwhelming. This would probably be better with the omission of the yellow zucchini (I used one large instead of two small), maybe one or two small potatoes and one tomato instead. I only used one hot pepper, but the flavour and heat was lost in the dish. I added a little fresh spinach to the mix since I had some on hand. This makes alot, definitely more than four servings. If I make it again, I would halve the recipe. I think some onion and garlic would give this alot more flavour; and instead of slicing up the fried egg into the mixture it would be nice to top each serving with it and let each person blend it in, or omit it if eggs with dinner aren't your thing. Potentially worthy of another try with modifications. *EDIT* After sitting overnight in the fridge and being re-heated for lunch, this tastes way better and is a little less soup-y. I will definitely omit the yellow squash next time and use more spinach instead.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 56
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