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Maswia salata Childhood food

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    Posted: 10 July 2013 at 08:11

Till the next dish this one is a must .

As children with a non trained Palate   every Combinations of food  is a fair game .

There was days we just got Together and everybody Brought some food from home .

We used to take a loaf of bread remove the inside and fill it with cold meat , meat bolls  or cheese .

But the thing that brought all the flavours together was my friend  Maswia salata .

It is fried vegetables with  hot chilli  and spiced that are mixed together .it is like a ratatouille .

we mixed it with the meat or the cheese and stuff it in the bread man this was good .

 this dish is from Libya or Tunisia  ..


 Fried Eggplant and  chillies


fried  peppers





Fried tomato and garlic salt pepper .

rough blend.





Thanks  for joining me on a voyage to my childhood food


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Another beautful creation, Ahron ~ Thank you very much for taking us on this journey!
 
I really enjoy fried zucchini, mushrooms and green tomatoes - this looks like a great way to expand on that - I love the way everything is combined at the end!
 
Very much looking forward to the next childhood memory!
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Good stuff Ahron. That looks real tasty!
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Looks great Ahron...I used to eat a lot of fried yellow squash as a child. It was very simply prepared...just sliced, a quick dredge in some seasoned flour, and then fried in copious amounts of butter. 

I still make it whenever summer squash is in season.
Go ahead...play with your food!
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Thanks guys 
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