Tag: Vegetarian

Starters, Salads and kemia

Moroccan dried fava beans in chermoula – Foul mengoub

Moroccan dried  fava or broad beans recipe in a thick silky sauce is a frugal vegan/vegetarian dish served in winter during lunch time. Whilst it’s

Starters, Salads and kemia

Moroccan cauliflower fritters

Moroccan cauliflower fritters is a vegetarian starter but can also be served as a garnish for a chicken or meat dish. Yummy Moroccan cauliflower fritters

Starters, Salads and kemia

Moroccan potato, pepper and tomato salad

Moroccan potato, pepper and tomato recipe is an easy vegetarian/vegan cooked salad. Usually served warm, you can also serve it as a side dish to

Juices and drinks

Moroccan avocado juice

Moroccan avocado juice is one of Moroccan street food fixes that you can order in any coffee shop or Mahlabas (dairy shop). It’s been a

Pastry, cookies and biscuits

Noisette or boule au chocolat, the Mahlaba’s leftover cake

Noisette or boule au chocolat is one of the names given to this cake ball which basically have no fixed recipe. It’s commonly found in

Starters, Salads and kemia

Moroccan white beans in tomato sauce

Moroccan white beans in tomato sauce is always served as a starter to a winter lunch. It can be made with or without tomatoes but

Snacks and nibbles, Starters, Salads and kemia

Falafels

According to many, Falafels originated in Egyptian where they’re called Ta’amiya. I have tried them for the first time during my first trip to Egypt back

Starters, Salads and kemia

Moroccan okra in tomato sauce – Mloukhiya b’ Maticha

Moroccan okra tend to be smaller and chubbier than the tall version I commonly find across the world, it’s also slimier (that word again!), which

Starters, Salads and kemia

Moroccan black eyed peas salad

This recipe of Moroccan black eyed peas is a winter favourite in the Fez area where these pulses are commonly called foul gnawa. I’m not

Breads and pancakes, Breakfast, Snacks and nibbles

Giant Moroccan spiced onion Msemmens from Street food Morocco

During these hot summer days, I can only salute these people who work so hard, outside in the heat, to earn a living, especially our

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