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Key for the dishes description: [D] - Dairy, contains ingredients of dairy source. [M] - Meat, contains ingredients of meat/chicken source.
[P] - Parve, contains no dairy or meet ingredients. [Po] - Kosher for Passover

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Lybian style fish in spicy red sauce

Zanga Zanga
2011-09-23 03:13

Shiny red tomato sauce with white fish, Lybian style (Khreime)


Fresh tomatoes - diced or sliced (skin, seeds, juice and all)
Crashed tomatoes (canned)
Tomato paste
Peeled garlic cloves
Onion - thinly sliced
Mild Paprika (dolce)
Powdered cayenne (or any other chilli) pepper
Pickled lemon
White fish (fillets, whole or sliced) with skin.
Highly recommended option
: Filfil-Chuma paste. Available in middle eastern delis.  


Steam the onion and the garlic on medium flame until soften.
Add the fresh, crushed and pureed tomatoes, and the pickled lemon.
Add water until almost covered and crush with a stick blender until homogenized. Food processor will do the trick as well, only more messy.
Add the rest of the ingredients to taste. Crush again with the blender if needed.
Simmer for 20 minutes.
Add water if too thick, should have thinner consistency than a pizza sauce. Reduce by cooking on low heat if to thin.

Add the white fish and cook on very low heat for 20 more minutes.

Serve with tons of fresh white bread.

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[] Khreime- Moroccan Fish  Yael   2011-10-02 19:59 
[]  Lybian style fish in spicy red sauce  Zanga Zanga   2011-09-23 03:13 
[] Fake frittata (potatoes omlet) [D]  Zanga Zanga   2011-09-22 16:43 
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