Servings: 4 to 6
Charmoula, a traditional Moroccan marinade, is typically made with parsley, cumin, and paprika. This kicked-up version features smoked paprika and lots of other fresh herbs. Here, it’s used to flavor lamb, but it’s also delicious with pork, chicken, and seafood. If you don’t have dried currants, use raisins instead.
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I have made this recipe many times. Delicious. Could I substitute pork chops for the lamb, adjusting the marinating and cooking times?
Your dish is very nice. I bought it from https://fipola.in/lamb-goat. I tried this recipe. It tastes yummy.
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