Moroccan Tagine Meal And Mint Tea For Housewarming Party


by Tanya Kurgen


You've just shifted in, unpacked, decorated and here you wish to show off your newly purchased spot to your buddies and bask in kind comments and those pleasing oohs and aahs. You'll need a nice housewarming party idea to match your brand-new house and your brand new you.

What about a Moroccan Chicken Tagine Meal together with the all the bells and whitles? Picture it! Peppermint tea, exotic flavors, wax luminaries, a bit of belly dance entertainment, exclusive, original and also stylish! Rollup your sleeves and lets do it!!

A little intro to Moroccan tagines:

Moroccan dishes is unique, healthy, tasty and synonym of complexity. The key attraction of a Moroccan meal is the Tagine. A Tagine can be both the conical designed clay dish and the entre itself that generally consists in a chicken, lamb or beef stew with one or more vegetables.

The meal: Cocktails, Kalamata Olives, parmesan cheesse as well as beef kebabs, as snacks, are a good way to start your evening, followed by an eggplant salad. Use some warm pita bread for the salad and the entre. Now, comes the main attraction, the famous Tagine.

While they're hard to find, Tagines have become very popular. Genuine Tagines are only made in Morocco and also out of clay and not stainless steel.

Cooking in clay improves the flavour throughout the cooking process. Make sure that the Tagines are free of lead and safe to cook as quite a few out there in the market place contain lead and therefore symbolize a health hazard. For any gathering greater than four people make use of the Tagine to serve and present instead of cooking inside it except if you own more than one.

Make sure to keep the dinner a secret from start to finish before you reveal the cover table side or even as being a center piece. If you'd like to be bold and still have a great time get all your visitors eat using the pita bread and their fingers (there's Moroccan manners for finger eating also).




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