Monday, November 18, 2013

Moroccan Spiced Lentil Vegetable Soup/Khobz

All I can think about is lentils. I love lentils partially because they are so versatile, but mostly because they are so delicious with their faintly peppery bite. This week the flavors shall be Moroccan and the only version will be vegetarian. I plan on loading it up with the tastiest aromatics and vegetables, plus a hint of tomatoes. A finishing touch will be the flavors of ras el hanout, a traditional Moroccan spice blend of cumin, ginger, black pepper, cinnamon and more. It's going to be great, I promise!

To accompany the soup, I'm baking loaves of Moroccan bread, called khobz. Almost a cross between a flat bread and a round loaf, there will be plenty of crust to soak up every bit of soup!

Prices as follows:
1 quart/$8     2 quarts/$15      3 quarts/$22     4 quarts/$28

Loaves: $3/each

(Payment via cash, check, credit, or Paypal)

I'm taking orders till mid-afternoon on Wednesday. Orders taken via emails, text messages, carrier pigeon, smoke signals, etc. Pickup will be Friday evening and Saturday. Delivery available for an additional $2 to City and inner ring suburbs locations.

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