Lamb and chorizo cous cous, Harissa yoghurt and leftover wrap chips 

having foraged in the freezer and found this piece of lamb fillet it cried out for a dusting of shawarma spices and mustard oil.. 

  

And the cous cous is made simply with chicken stock.. Some smuggled Moroccan spices , shallots, Turkish Loma pepper and some sorry looking coriander ..

 

This cous cous is great.. Just add the hot stock and cover it up with clingwrap , a schmuzzle of excellent olive oil makes it perfect..

The lamb cooked off with some reserved iberico chorizo ( you got to use things that you own sometimes right!!? )..

 
It came together lovely with some culinary yoghurt spiked with harrisa ..

 

And finished with fried off leftover soft wraps.. 

They were store bought..cooked off in straight up Mrs Middletons oil

 
And drained on ikea brown paper of course!

 

A little salt and pepper and some herb de Provence .. Into a tub to keep as snacks.. 

 Cracking supper! 
  
  
  

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Categories: Dinners/Suppers, Lambs, previous posts, Recipes

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12 replies

  1. That’s a great meal there. I wish I’d find things like that in my freezer . . . instead I got blown up nasty sports drinks from the huzb

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  2. You are so creative with your spices and your dishes. Love those fried chips!

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  3. Delicious – as always! You have quite an impressive collection of spice mixes, Mr Fitz!

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