Harira is the traditional soup of Maghreb, and often the dish that breaks the fast of Ramadan, though it can be found year-round being served out of cauldrons in the boisterous Djema el-Fna night market in Marrakesh.
Rich, delicious, warming and fragrant, it is full of lentils, chickpeas, rice and tender chunks of lamb in a thickened tomato broth, spiked with cinnamon, cumin, saffron and harissa. It is often served with dates or sweet pastries, a delightful combination with the savoury, slightly spicy soup.
#GF #vegan available.
+ Fresh Pie from the wood ovens of Dufferin Grove Park
Len Senater is the founder and proprietor of The Depanneur, who happily cooks for his friends and neighbours every Tuesday night.
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