Month: October 2014

Basic recipes to know, Breakfast

How to make Moroccan Khlii (or Khlea), a family recipe

Well hello there and welcome to the page! The recipe you are looking for has moved to a new external address. Click on this link to find

Soups and porridges, Starters, Salads and kemia

Moroccan Bissara with fava beans and split peas

Bissara is a humble dish, it’s the hillsman’s purée (Jebli, in Moroccan), the poor’s hearthy meal. It’s one of those comforting dishes we’re after in

Lunch dishes, Poultry and birds

Moroccan Chicken M’qualli or mqalli with its sweet butternut paste: M’derbel of pumpkin

At this time of the year, pumpkin, butternut squash and co seem to be everywhere here in London. It was the same thing in Germany

Poultry and birds

Indian-Pakistani inspired curry: a Tikka masala-meets-jalfrezi on a bed of basmati rice

Having missed the smell of Indian and Pakistani food in my flat and having my mother over for a month, I thought I’ll introduce her

Starters, Salads and kemia

Marinated olives the Moroccan way: 6 ways of making "zitoun mchermel"

This post is all about how to marinate cured olives the Moroccan way. As I have promised in the previous post about Moroccan olives, I’ll pass on to you

Basic recipes to know, Moroccan pantry

Moroccan olives and olive oil

Today’s post is about olives, olives and olives. We’re all about olive oil and olives in Morocco. We have different varieties of both and we

Basic recipes to know, Breads and pancakes, Breakfast

Mega Harcha galette

Harcha is a semolina galette, head to these previous posts (Search for “HARCHA”) to know more about it. If have liked my facebook page then

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