Tag: Eid

Ghrieba, Moroccan sweet corner

Moorish Moroccan shortbread: Ghrieba Msseoussa

A Moorish melt-in-the-mouth shortbread with Moroccan notes made in a heartbeat..

Offal

Slow-cooked beef tongue Moroccan style

Moroccans have 2 majors ways of cooking the tongue: steam and serve with salt and cumin or cook it “mchermel-style”. The latter dish is bolder

Red meat

Moroccan lamb Kebab

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Offal

Moroccan stuffed spleen recipes

Stuffed lamb, beef or camel spleen is a big thing in Morocco. It’s a bit of a bumper that I can’t find it halal in

Moroccan sweet corner

Moroccan Griouech/Mkharqa with almonds paste

Griouech or M’kharka/Mkharqa is a fried Moroccan sweet which gets soaked in honey. It’s served throughout Ramadan along with the soup of the day which

Offal, Starters, Salads and kemia

Moroccan cow/calf or sheep brain’s with tomato sauce and chermoula

Sheep’s brain is of Moroccan dishes we cook during Eid Al Fitr (feast of sacrifice). But in Fez, It’s served as a cooked starter during

Lunch dishes, Offal

Moroccan grilled liver kebabs/skewers (Kouah) with kidney and heart as an option

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Basic recipes to know, Breads and pancakes, Breakfast

How to make Moroccan Mlaouis: recipe and tutorial

Mlaouis pr Mlawis (Meloui for one) are done with the same dough used for Msemmens or Rghaifs. They’re just shaped differently with a few differences

Basic recipes to know, Breads and pancakes, Breakfast

How to make Moroccan Msemmen: recipe and tutorial

North African Msemmen is a soft of laminated dough which comes in different forms It can also be laminated with different types of fat. Msemmen

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

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