Tfina | Beef brisket stew | North Africa | Jewish Restaurants, Wine, Travel, Opinions

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Sue Dyson and Roger McShane

Tfina is a North African Jewish dish made from long-cooked brisket of beef. The stew often includes a calf's foot and maybe some whole eggs and even meatballs. It is often thickened with either chick peas or potatoes. Additional flavouring comes from garlic and pepper with honey also added.
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