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Browse All Mauritanian Recipes: Mauritanian Appetizers | Mauritanian Beverages | Mauritanian Soups | Mauritanian Salads | Mauritanian Vegetarian | Mauritanian Meat Dishes | Mauritanian Snacks | Mauritanian Desserts
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Some popular Mauritanian dishes include Mechoui (roast lamb), dates, spiced fish and rice with vegetables, fish balls, dried fish, dried meat and couscous. Popular drinks include zrig (camel’s milk) and sweet Arab tea with mint.
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Special Equipment for Mauritanian Cooking Edit
Ranging from cake pans, can openers, colanders, egg rings, poachers and holders, food dishers & portioners, food pans & food containers to other kitchen utensils, such as food scales, food scoops, frying baskets, & accessories, the equipment used for Mauritanian cooking is diverse, and is used to great effect in order to produce the most sophisticated Mauritania dishes. You should consider insulated food carriers if you are transporting food, as well as a full set of kitchen linen and uniforms if you wish to look like a pro. Here are a few other items that will come handy when cooking Mauritanian food: juicers, kitchen knives, kitchen slicers, kitchen thermometers, measuring cups & measuring spoons, miscellaneous utensils, mixing bowls, skimmers, and strainers. Essential utensils like serving spoons, spatulas, forks, turners, scrapers and tongs should also be part of your cooking "arsenal".
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