Did you perhaps mean mosque?
- From Portuguese moqueca, from Kimbundu mukeka. (Wiktionary)
“The good Señor is a fine complement to seafood such as moqueca bahiana, a Brazilian-style stew of plush-textured shrimp, calamari, and mussels in a coconut milk-based sauce so outrageously, unashamedly caloric it must surely be as bad for every other part of your body as it is pleasing to the palate.”
“moqueca": coconut milk, palm oil, green pepper and tomato, all cooked in a clay pot with the meat or fish of your choice.”
“What to eat: The restaurant specialises in seafood; try a moqueca a deliciously rich seafood stew cooked in palm oil and coconut milk or whole fish baked in salt.”
“Oh, someone left a comment and one more indication of a movie teaching how to fix the moqueca.”
“Monkfish tail makes such a delicious moqueca that he wonders if the fish might have gotten lost in New England on its way home to Brazil.”
“She navigated across bumpy roads, took to the sea on a tiny fishing boat, hiked over treacherous terrain, chased after lizards, frolicked on hot, burning beaches and put away bowl after bowl of moqueca, the traditional Brazilian fish stew.”
“This sampler includes vatapá, caruru de quiabo and bacalao salad, as well as the fish stew called moqueca.”
“The smell of moqueca - a spicy stew of fresh seafood and coconut milk - filters out from the kitchen.”
“Recommended: Steak tartare, Branch burger, moqueca Brazilian seafood stew, bread pudding.”
“Serve the moqueca hot over cooked rice and sprinkle with chopped cilantro.”
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seafood soups and stews that I have eaten or would like to eat. No shark fin soup.
A medley of mixtures, mostly ones where the constituents are still distinct. I tagged kinds of stew.
Looking for tweets for moqueca.