Harissa is often thought of as that really spicy pepper paste from Morocco, but that’s only half the story. It is true some versions of harissa are made with fiery hot peppers and spices throughout Morocco and Tunisia. But there are milder versions available that involve more tomatoes than peppers.
My mother’s version fell somewhere in between. I remember it had a sweet touch that balanced the roasted jalapeno peppers she used – a pepper she opted for because that was the only alternative for hot peppers in the small US town we lived in. The spices hovered
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