A cross between a soup and a stew, this hearty recipe is as filling as it is savory and delicious. We reinforced the subtle, smoky notes of the tomatoes by oven-roasting chunks of pumpkin until they were lightly charred. To make the soup vegetarian, simply omit the sausage and swap in water or vegetable broth for the chicken broth. 2. Using a spoon, remove the pulp and seeds from the pumpkin. Discard the pulp and reserve the seeds for roasting, if desired.
Pielove | 05/30/2013 My daughter and I had this swirled into softened vanilla ice cream. We agreed that it had a little something (possibly the pomegranate molasses!) that gave it an extra dimension beyond regular strawberry sauce. I'm going to use this next time I make strawberry ice cream. Also, I agree with the previous reviewer-- this is good with early berries, but will be crazy-good with real, in-season, local fruit. Can't wait.
Savory Middle Eastern Flatbread is also known as lahmacun, lachmagine, lahm b’ajeen and a variety of other names, depending on the provenance of the particular recipe. The common denominators here are ground lamb and a deep, almost caramelized tomato flavor. The rich tomato flavor in this recipe is thanks to two sweet and tangy ingredients: tomato paste and tamarind paste. In a large skillet heat the oil over medium-high heat. Add the onions and cook until lightly golden, 8-9 minutes.
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