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30 Minutes Harira Moroccan Soup

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  • Serves: 5 People
  • Prep Time: 10 Minutes
  • Cooking: 30 Minutes
  • Calories: 106
  • Difficulty: easy

Today's recipe is how to make harira (Moroccan Soup) at home. Harira is a traditional Moroccan soup made with tomatoes, chickpeas, fresh herbs, dried spices, and meat, making it a filling and satisfying dish. It is particularly served for breaking the fast during Ramadan but it is also popular around the year.
There are many variations on harira, and recipes are often passed down from generation to generation. Some variations of this recipe skip the meat to be vegetarian. This is an easy step by step complete recipe with pictures so that you could make this easily.



  1. Take a wok and heat it on medium flame, then add oil and onion in it.
  2. Fry for a minute and then add boneless chicken in it. Fry it on medium flame for 2-3 minutes.
  3. Now add ginger paste in it, and again fry for a minute.
  4. Then add the spices ( paprika powder, turmeric powder, cinnamon powder, black pepper powder, salt) in chicken along with chopped tomatoes. Mix everything well and fry for 2 minutes.
  5. After 2 minutes of cooking add 5 cups of water in the wok and let i boil.
  6. When the water starts to boil add parsley, fresh coriander in it, give it a mix, cover the pan and let the soup cook on low flame until chicken gets fully tender. It will get about 10 minutes.
  7. Now add spaghetti and chickpeas, lemon juice in it and mix these as well, cover again and cook on low flame for 8-10 minutes so that pasta gets tender.
  8. Now beat the egg and add it slowly into the soup, mix the soup continuously as the egg can be cooked quickly in the boiling water. Cook the soup for a minute and soap is ready.
  9. Serve and enjoy this quick and delicious spiced Moroccan soup.

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