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Mosaic of many histories

DNDEL24672 | 12/7/2018 | Author : Chhavi Bhatia | WC :545

Tunisian food reflects diverse influences of numerable cultures that defined the way the country eats

When it comes to North African food, many are familiar with fare from Morocco but the culturally diverse cousin — Tunisia is still a cuisine that’s yet to be explored. Flavourful with a robust kick of spices, almost reminiscent of Indian food, Tunisian cuisine has couscous as the centrepiece with lamb and fish as any dish’s mainstay. A geography of the Mediterranean on one side and Sahara on the other and a rich history of Phoenicians, Romans, Vandals, Arabs, Spaniards, Turks and the French, has shaped the Tunisian cuisine in a wonderful mosaic.
A country that has over 100 recipes for couscous
This melting pot is debuting in Delhi, courtesy Taj Palace in collaboration with the Embassy of Tunisia, as they promise to unravel the co
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