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Tunisian couscous: the image of the day

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As you can see, in Tunisia they throw everything that is needed for couscous. I dipped this dish in Le Kef and, when I finished such a feast, the dog from the El Andalus restaurant took a big disappointment.

They say that the difference between Moroccan and Tunisian couscous is that the former does not carry tomato and the Tunisian does.

However, it seems that there are other variants between both countries since I have never seen in Morocco such an extensive combination of foods on the same plate: fish, sausages, lettuce, lamb, olives, potatoes, carrots, onions and of course, couscous

Bon Appetite!

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