Adapted from a Recipe Lion recipe
I came upon a recipe for Iraqi barbecued chicken and I wanted some Iraqi side dishes to go with it. I found a recipe for Iraqi pickled vegetables and another for Iraqi tabbouleh. Just about every country in the Middle East has a variation of this salad of grain, parsley and mint dressed with lemon and oil. Other additions to the basic elements can be tomatoes, cucumbers, red or green onions, olives, and for the Iraqi version pickled artichoke.
Karl’s Iraqi Tabbouleh
This Sunday I am making a Moroccan barbecued tri-tip. Miriam requested a stone fruit and corn salad to go with it. Son-in-law Chris is still on his ketogenic diet, so large amounts of both corn and fruit are forbidden to him. I don’t want him to starve or to live only on meat, so I had to think of a third dish that would fit into his diet.
Karl’s Keto Moroccan Artichoke Tajine (Tagine)
Adapted from A Dash of Flavour
I am making Moroccan stuffed vegetables and I wanted a dish for the starch eaters in my home. I found this recipe on-line and my first thought was to make it Californian, raw vegetables and starch with a dressing. As I read through the directions I began to understand the appeal of the lightly sautéed vegetables. Still, I could not help myself from making some changes.
Karl’s Moroccan Couscous Salad
Adapted from Shaina
1 large tomato, large dice
½ English cucumber, large dice
½ red pepper, large dice
¼ medium red onion, sliced thin
¾ cup kalamata olives