The Celebration: Well-cooked Tanzanian Mutton Chunks by Wall Dunn

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Today we are going to prepare a special dish that steals the show from the first second and can be a festive ‘table center’ for the Shabbat table, Purim which is approaching and also for Easter which comes right after. We’ll be served with lamb chops – a premium quality cut of meat from “Wall Dunn” cooked in Tanzania – caramelized dried fruits, a sweet and rich sauce and served with delicious couscous.

Butcher chain Well Done specializes in fresh, fresh meat, poultry and fish, with elegant kosher and unbeatable quality. For the perfect result, I seasoned the dish with seasonings from the Wall Dunn supermarket chain and seasonings specially adapted to each piece of fish or meat.

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Forward to the recipe:

Watch the preparation:

(Photo: Uriel Burrell, Walden)

Pay attention: The dish can be cooked the traditional way with a tagine, a North African earthenware pot that can be found today in modern versions as well. Don’t have two crowns? You can use a heavy bottomed saucepan suitable for baking, or you can later transfer the contents of the saucepan to a frying pan with a lid.

In a large large saucepan over medium heat, heat the olive oil, add the piece of meat, sear for 1 minute on each side and then remove to a plate.

2. Add the purple onion to the saucepan, fry until golden, season with cumin, paprika, and black pepper, blend for 30 seconds and add the dried fruit. Add sesame seeds, brown sugar and salt and mix well.

If you don’t have a tagine pot or a baking pan as well, at this point, transfer the contents of the pot to a skillet.

Transfer the dried fruit and onions to the edge of the pot or pan and place the piece of meat in the middle. Pour 4-5 cups of water, spoon thyme sprigs on top and cover the piece of meat with the mixture of fruits and onions.

4. Cover the pot or pan and bake in a preheated oven at 150 degrees for 3-4 hours. Occasionally check for fluid deficiency and add water, if necessary. It is important to taste the sauce while baking and to improve the flavors if necessary.

Preparing the couscous:
5. In a large bowl also suitable for heating in the microwave, mix the semolina well with the salt and oil. Add 2 cups of hot water, stir, and place in the microwave for 8 minutes.

Using a fork, break the couscous into coarse crumbs, cover the bowl, and wait 5-6 minutes and drain the couscous into a couscous strainer.

Did you like the recipe? do you have questions? Write to us in the comments!

(Photo: Uriel Barrell)

    (Photo: Uriel Burrell)

(Photo: Uriel Barrell)

We wish you family meals with an unforgettable taste, and we promise to continue to develop more and more great products that will savor Saturdays, holidays and events with new and surprising flavors.

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