Moroccan spices warm up leftover turkey in this vegetable braise. Couscous is traditionally served with harissa, a chile sauce. Instead, I use the Indonesian chile paste sambal oelek, which is a good substitute and available in Asian markets, or you can substitute a few shakes of a hot sauce such as Tabasco. This recipe is easily doubled.
Keep the vegetables chunky and about the same size so they’ll be done at the same time.
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Good but I didn't love it. I think there were too many competing flavors. A bit of a waste of saffron; it's so expensive!
A comforting soup with exotic flavors. Perfect for a cold afternoon!
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