Algerian snacks come commercialized in bags, usually containing a nut mix, such as pistachios, almonds, etc..
They can be served in-between meals, or as a replacement for a quick lunch.
“1) Peel the onions; slice thinly; cook slowly in the oil until lightly golden. 2) Add the fennel...Onion Omelette
“1) Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Cut the stems off the Eggplants. Using a vegetable peeler or...Algerian Eggplant Jam
“1) Preheat oven to 180 °C. 2) Heat the oil in a small sauté pan and gently cook the Onion with a...Algerian Chicken Terrine
“1) Mix Beef, Onion, salt, pepper, cinnamon and egg together. Set aside. 2) Peel hard boiled eggs...Covered Eggs (Beyd Mghelef)
“Chicken-stuffed potato patties 2 pounds potato — peeled, 2 medium eggs — beaten, 1 medium onion...Makoud vil Djedj
“1) Chop the Onion and carrots as shown. Saute with olive oil over medium heat for about 15–20...Algerian Briks, Braewats
“1 kg of Lamb or Beef cut into 1 1/2" cubes 3 onions grated 2 bouquets of coriander leaves 1...Djouaz el'hem bel h'chaich, Lamb with Herbs
Pages in category "Algerian Snacks"
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