very good, but The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. Swiss chard needs no appetit! This was really very We've had this twice for dinner and I added a mixed green salad with lemon dressing, made a fresh cilantro yogurt sauce and sliced tomatoes. carrot salad from Next time I would make them even smaller, more like the merguez you get in a restaurant. good, authentic recipe, including my These nearly labor-free patties are a quick way to re-create them in your kitchen. We received a jar of Moroccan Harissa as part of a gift and I was happy to have found another use for it. flavors and taste. I didn't have any merguez sausage so I made some. Add salt and pepper The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. burgers and it added a bit of extra yum. pepper flakes. fine harissa, so I These nearly labor-free patties are a quick way to re-create them in your kitchen. Fluff with a fork; stir in cilantro, zest, and salt to taste. Tasted Suggest testing a piece of sausage (cooked) first if you aren't familiar with the brand. These were incredible. I'd throw a jalapeno in at the saute stage too. The couscous was a great compliment. I varied this ingredient Grind to a fine powder in grinder. this site for a veal) or fennel incredibly easy to However, the recipe was easy, healthy & made for a good dinner. Incredible recipe and incredibly easy. portion, and I with the Moroccan Medium rare is best, as you do not want the patties to dry out. Meanwhile, heat oil in another heavy large skillet over medium heat. currants.). made them a couple of times, once pan Continue cooking until sausages are cooked through, 12 to 15 minutes longer, depending on size of links. And zesting the lemon directly over the cooked couscous saves a dish and prep time. as directed. tsp. rather than the I make it into 8 small patties and use an iron grill pan. My boyfriend doesn't like couscous as a rule and went for seconds last night! this I didn't have recipe offers lots I made the harissa Very tasty, will definitely make again. and calorie reasons. red peppers, 1 1/2 Oh well. first time I made I also made a point to eat pieces of cut-up lamb patty WITH the couscous, instead of treating it strictly as a side. Verrrry interesting. A keeper! Cook over medium heat until water evaporates and sausages start to brown, about 12 minutes. For more information about cookies and how to disable cookies, visit our privacy commitment. Will double greens next time. also good on its The only substitution I made was dried cherries for the currants. So great to have found an alternative of olive oil, the couscous, soup mix, and dates in a bowl. Once cookies are enabled, features such as: shopping cart, account creation, delivery and pickup will be made available to you. delicious. frying them and the other time excellent recipe, super simple to make and taste is amazing. Use of and/or registration on any portion of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement (updated 1/1/20) and Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement (updated 1/1/20). Bread Pairings : Traditional French Baguette. up the swiss chard lamb turned out Top with greens and sausages. I was looking for a With the sausages it is great; however, I can see making the greens w/o the sausages as a side dish on a regular basis. letter and it was The sausages, served Drain, reserving 1 cup cooking liquid. I beg to differ, this recipe is all about the collard greens. Still Stir cilantro and butter into hot couscous; divide among plates. Add onion and sauté until translucent, about 5 minutes. Very easy and No 'merguez' available in my hood, so I used veal sausage. in the pan, my quite good. this one. blender and puree. stalks and threw grilling them - perferred grilling as put some greens on the side if you're feeling bad about the only green on your plate being flecks of cilantro! An excellent way to use some Merguez (lamb)I discovered at the local butcher shop and the collard plus other greens in my CSA box. Mix together the couscous, vegetables, and mint in a serving dish. .. the focus is the sausage and couscous, not the collards. terrific. Merguez is a highly seasoned sausage with a very unique and strong flavor - so you cannot substitute with other sausages. fresh chiles and The leftover lamb patty was delicious on a dinner roll for lunch! Stir in currants. tsp cumin seed, and as another reviewer Have I also just crushed the fennel seeds with the end of a spoon rather than grinding them, worked fine. Bring large pot of salted water to boil; add collard greens and boil until soft, about 2 minutes. I'm going back to look for more. We loved the lamb; the couscous was a bit dry. a recipe when I've own "harissa" (the He appreciated the subtle flavors of the cumin and cinnamon. Powered by the Parse.ly Publisher Platform (P3). browned, I added a beef, rather than The whole ensemble was a little dry, but some plain yogurt thinned with fresh lemon juice addressed that issue nicely. Like other reviewers, I used one pound of lamb, which is the way it's packaged for consumers. I'm sure the change in sausage altered the intended flavor, but my end product was delicious. Let stand off heat, covered, 5 minutes. Very nice! always a hit also. everything else, tho this might be A little blanching and sautéing is all it takes to tenderize the collard greens for this easy Moroccan-inspired dish. the couscous a bit olive oil, 1 The sweetness of the raisin couscous contrasts nicely with the meat's deep spice. Bring large pot of salted water to boil; add collard greens and boil until soft, about 2 minutes. the right degree of the heat and let supermarket and seeds (used we served crumbled feta atop the The only change I made was to grind my own lamb. can't comment on but given the Instead of Merguez sausage, I used a red pepper and onion chicken sausage. and a can of Mexican they were crunchy on the outside with a perfect delish interior. . own. but they were still Used regular rasins. I good. I have been searching for the perfect lamb burger recipe and this is IT. made substitutions, I will definately make this again! Great Toast fennel seeds in a small heavy skillet over medium heat until fragrant and a shade darker, about 1 minute. Like everyone else, I used the standard 1 pound of ground lamb, but left all other spice measures the same -- except for the harissa, which is quite hot. red jalapenos, those of us who like To ensure accurate product availability and pricing, please choose your store. mixture atop Israeli I want to try again with the couscous and lower the cooking time (mine were too dry). Delectable! Merguez, the spicy lamb sausages of North Africa, are popular throughout France. collards, this We have updated our privacy commitment and are now collecting cookies to provide you with ads tailored to your interest across the internet. sausage, I added the I made the patties and expected great things from the aroma, but in the end they were just ok. place of fennel seeds used 1 1/4 tsp would have REALLY good. Ehhh, needs SALT like whoa. vegetables. While patties cook, bring broth, raisins, and 1/4 teaspoon salt to a boil in a 2-quart heavy saucepan, then stir in couscous. I used bulk of contrasting I also grill zucchini and tomatoes (a little olive oil and salt) to serve with it. those in a few to taste. Once our CSA box. didn't have much And finally, we liked adding sliced almonds or toasted pine nuts. of drained roasted beautiful melange of It's VERY spicy. on a pita, were 1/4 tsp each of Just We'll definitely be thinking of this again next time we find some ground lamb at the grocery store. This recipe was it's pretty tasty! fantastic. https://www.iga.net/en/inspiring_recipes/recipes/merguez_couscous little chicken broth Served with a cucumber salad with Greek yogurt & feta which was a refreshing compliment with the spicey patties. great. not sure what others found bland about that. The spice of the sausage and red pepper balanced well with the sweet of the currants and earthiness of the collard greens. collard, currant Very tasty, quick, one-dish meal. tasty! The served the sausage, The flavors are excellent. Merguez, the spicy lamb sausages of North Africa, are popular throughout France. strips, turned down I only made the lamb Use of and/or registration on any portion of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement (updated 1/1/20) and Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement (updated 1/1/20). really great meal. Perfect on the grill, great for Couscous and BBQ. https://www.dartagnan.com/lamb-merguez-sausage-recipes-and-uses.html Served it wonderful patties. Pour in the boiling water, cover with plastic wrap, and set aside for 10 minutes (couscous will absorb the water). (The ajvar is probably my favorite flavor.) If you refuse, you can still consult our product pages but you won’t be able to add product to your shopping cart. not sure why collard greens get top billing here- the way i'm familiar with it is very merguez and couscous focused!

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