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June 16, 2007

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Rabia Y

I lived in Algeria for 10 years and now visit every year but I have never eaten this or seen anyone cook it. It must be more popular in the North, I live in Djelfa and they mainly use Augergines in a salad with roasted tomatoes and peppers, covered in olive oil and garlic. I will try this tomorrow Inshallah. Great site with add you to my favourites. Bisslema Rabia

Aiba

Chef!

Im quite new to the culinary world,and im very much interested in the Algerian dishes =)..I've seen this recipie somewhere on tv,but the the recipie was not given.In god's will i have found ur marvellous website! Thanks for posting this recipie!

Love,
Aiba

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