Month: March 2015

Basic recipes to know, Breads and pancakes, Breakfast

Msemmen, Mlaouis, Rghaifs and all what lays in between

Although we do have regional cuisines which could differ from each other, there is a not a single Moroccan who does not know about Msemmen

Snacks and nibbles, Starters, Salads and kemia, Vegetarian dishes

Moroccan pickles and cheese sbiaats (rolls) for starters

Moroccan pickles and cheese sbiaats (rolls) for starters is recipe as easy as it gets. You need a few ingredients and not much time to

Starters, Salads and kemia

Moroccan vegetarian Mhanchas with vegetable medley

M’hancha in Moroccan refers to a long twisted and tightened roll of warka/ouarqa (*)that is stuffed with sweet or savoury filling. M’hencha is baked and

Fish and seafood

Crevettes pil-pil: peeled praws fried in olive oil

Crevettes pil-pil could easily be inherited tapas from the Spanish invasion in the early 19th century. It can be found in a few coastal cities,

Fish and seafood, Starters, Salads and kemia

Moroccan spiced prawns

In Morocco, we’re blessed with two sea sides (Atlantic ocean and Mediterranean sea). We’re used to eat fresh fish and anything sold after 48 hours

Red meat

Braised and roasted of beef/lamb with a confit of onions – اللحم المحمر التقليدي

Recette en Français plus en bas Braised and roasted of beef/lamb with a confit of onions Is that going to become your new Sunday roast

Offal, Snacks and nibbles

Spicy Moroccan liver sausage

Spicy Moroccan liver sausage can be found in a few butcheries. It’s not available everywhere across all Morocco either. Actually, only a few of the few

Salads, Starters, Salads and kemia, Vegetarian dishes

Moroccan salad of aubergines (eggplant) with chermoula

Bdenjal (aubergine/eggplant) mchermel is a cold Moroccan vegetarian aubergine salad which will make you appreciate this underrated vegetable even more. It is an easy and

Breads and pancakes, Snacks and nibbles

Stuffed Moroccan flatbread with suet and spices- Batbout beche’hma

Batbout beche’hmais a traditional stuffed flatbread with suet and spices from the Southern region, The Moroccan Sahara precisely. We had neighbours originally from that part

Moroccan habits and customs, Things to try in Morocco

Mahlabas, an icon of Moroccan street food on a low budget

Mahlaba literally means”dairy shop” but actually it goes beyond that. Mahlabas are our “Mcdonald’s” only with healthier options. They’re our saviours in hungry moments.  If

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