I almost forgot about my white tagine, but some time ago I bought cute small tagine, so I need to cook something special. Fall ingredients – pork and apples, North Africa spice and plain couscous on side. Ginger, cinnamon, coriander, cloves and allspice in one mix! Recipe adapted from black book cooking.
One more variation with my favorite crepes (blinchiki). Crispy outside and creamy inside. Great idea for leftover crepes.
In fact, the word "rahman" means "lazy, rustic" (in Old Russian). In the end of 19 century, shchi, cooked hastily from non-acidic green components, call “rahmannie shchi”. Recipe inspired by William V. Pokhlebkin book “Cuisines of our nations”.