Cuisine of the Muslim World: Quail Tajine

This is the first of our series on the food of the Muslim world.  Our  goal is to involve children in the experience of cooking the traditional dishes they would taste at Muslim gatherings and holidays.  We hope that this will enrich their connection to Muslim cultures and flavours.  This dish is called muhamar, a poultry dish with onions and fried almonds.  

Our master chef frying the blanched almonds.  

Adding the turmeric.

Adding herbs.


Adding olive oil.

Adding garlic.

Our sous chefs adding more olive oil.

Our master chef adding the quail.

Our sous chef stiring in the onions.

Our sous chef plating the tajine.

Our master chef serving the tajine.

Please share your ideas for cooking with young Muslims. 

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