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Ras el hanout, which means “head of the market” in Arabic, is a complex mélange of many spices and is basic to the cooking of Morocco, Tunisia, and Algeria. In Morocco,
ras el hanout seasons mrouziya, a lamb stew with honey, raisins, and almonds. Ras el hanout goes well with lamb, game, tagines, and couscous dishes.