Saturday, January 26, 2008

Daqous (Arabic Gulf Spicy Tomato Sauce)

Recipe by:zainab


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3 chopped tomatoes.
2 teaspoons tomato paste.
Salt and Fresh black ground pepper.
Pinch of red hot pepper.
1 teaspoon olive oil.
1/2 teaspoon Arabic gulf mix spice.
1/4 teaspoon Daqous spice.


1) In a pot, add chopped tomatoes, tomato paste, olive oil and spices.


2) Cook the sauce, uncovered, on low heat for about 15-20 minutes or until tomatoes crushed & the sauce texture thickened.

3) Serve with any Arabic gulf rice dish.

Try it with:Zainab's Easy Saudi Kabsa.

12 comments:

meeso said...

I am learning about so many spices here, I have never heard of Daqous spice...I can't wait to give some of these new flavors a try :)

Mona said...

Thanks for sharing the recipe, It looks simple, and delicous, wats the Daqous spice you used here?!

www.zaiqa.net

Arabic Bites said...

Hi meeso,
arabic gulf kitchen full of flavor and spices, I'll try to post more gulf recipes here :D

mona,
Thank you for stopping by,I'll try to post the mix spice soon.

zainab

Gloria said...

Zainab I like soo this soup!! Gloria

Sayeeda said...

salaams, i was wondering is this the same a shata, the saudi hot sauce/chutney.

Arabic Bites said...

Hi Gloria,
Thank you for your comment,in fact, it's not soup it's sauce & you can Serve with any Arabic gulf rice dish.


salaams sayeeda,
Daqous is not the same,but you can add alot of red hot pepper to make it hot & similar to shata.
The only saudi hot sauce I know is Salata Hara & for this no cooking required.

zainab

Cynthia said...

Ouuuu, I definitely have to try this, that spice mix in this sauce must really be good. By the way what is daquos spice?

Arabic Bites said...

Hi cynthia,

daquos spice is made of wheat & different spices,I'll try to post the for you soon.

zainab

Lisa said...

Sounds and looks delicious! I mean to explore Arabic cooking more.

Arabic Bites said...

Thank you lisa.

zainab

sabita said...

Hi Zainab , your recipe reminded me of my old neighbours tomato sauce that they used to serve with biryani , i will have to definitely try this out with biryani and end the long wait to have it .
Thanks,
Sabita
www.recipe-den.blogspot.com

Arabic Bites said...

Sabita,
Thank you for your comment.

if you like this recipe,you can try my recipe for salata hara it's so good with biryani & easy to make no cooking require.

zainab

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