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BlackJacky 3 months ago
Very yummy! Good combination of many spices. I added okra found in my refrigerator, it was actually pretty good.
Lucia 4 months ago
Amazing, the lemon juice and cinnamon were a great choice to add into the recipe :)
Robert 4 months ago
Love soups this is tasty and filling
Chris H. 6 months ago
This was good. New flavors working with cinnamons in the stews, but nonetheless enjoyable. Happy with the change
Derick Primus-Gerideau 6 months ago
it turned out ok. it was a litt li e bland but i know how to fix that
Martha B. 7 months ago
Delicious... will definitely make it again
Angela 8 months ago
Absolutely love this soup! The flavors are amazing together. The cinnamon comes through well. One bowl keeps you full for a very long time afterwards without making you feel weighed down. Added feta cheese crumbles on top.
Annie Baltzelle 8 months ago
This soup was so tasty! I had quite a bit left over which is awesome because I get to eat more of it tomorrow!
Ovidiu C. 8 months ago
Delicious! will make it again for sure!
Wegiel 8 months ago
Lovely stew with some North African flavours. The goats cheese is the icing on the cake. Definitely adding to the repertoire.
Marie K. 9 months ago
Nice hearty soup with great spice level
Maura 9 months ago
Turned out great! Not as much flavor as I was hoping for. Delicious and filling!
Mike Stephens 9 months ago
Excellent recipe as is. Served with fresh baguette. Just awesome!
chickpea 9 months ago
great. added boneless chicken thighs and a bit of water to make room for them too cook. delicious.
ProLineCook 9 months ago
Excellent soup that is perfectly paired with goat cheese. We loved the spices, too.
Sally Timm 9 months ago
This is a tasty dish with complex flavors and a nice balance of textures.
Kimichka 9 months ago
I thought this was wonderful! I didn't have red harissa - I added red pepper flakes instead. Yummy! I will be making this again!
DeMarco a year ago
Turned out well with a nice heat because I used hot smoked paprika and I had a delicious rose harissa that was a gift from my sister. Gorgeous colours & flavours. Perfect thing to eat on a cold winter’s night with homemade bread and a glass of vino.
annie martz a year ago
I added 1/2 cup of water per the instructions and the consistency was spot on. I didn’t have harissa so i added 1T garam masala and 1T salt. Cooked on low for 6 hrs and the flavor turned out great! Also added some cayenne for a little kick..... Otherwise followed directions. Definitely making again!
Fardawsa Hassan 2 years ago
It was a bit too salty but otherwise healthy
Peggy 2 years ago
My experience with many of these slow-cooking soup recipes is that they're pretty bland, and I have to add a lot of salt and extra seasonings at the end. This was the case here. I didn't have harissa so I substituted 1T of berbere and 1T of garam masala as a commenter on the blog suggested. When it was finished, I ended up adding more berbere; white, red, and black pepper; and a ton of salt so it would have flavor. The instructions were very unclear as to how much water to add. Water is not included on the ingredients list, but 1/2 cup is mentioned in the directions, and the blog writer says 2 cups in the comments section. I went with 1/2 cup and the consistency was fine.
Keely Haning 2 years ago
i made this last night, it's very filling. i added sour cream to the finished dish because i didn't have Greek yogurt and it was delicious
Villanueva 2 years ago
Substituted a home made pepper sauce for harissa. It was yummy by a little spicy hot!
Carleen C. 3 years ago
Really flavorful. Add more liquid though. I also added turmeric and more cumin. so good for a vegetarian meal.