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Moroccan fried and honeyed pancakes with sesame and almond: Rghaifs Ma'assline del Eid Moroccan fried and honeyed pancakes with sesame and almond: Rghaifs Ma'assline del Eid By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 03/02/15 02:39 R'ghaifs, Msemmens and Malouis fall under the category of flabread for some, galettes for the others and fried or baked pancakes for the third category. Unlike in India, we do not serve them along with main meals and we do not scoop gravies with them. They're...
Moroccan chicken with Meslalla cooked m'chermel way Moroccan chicken with Meslalla cooked m'chermel way By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 02/25/15 20:10 We're still on Meslalla olives topic and this time with another traditional dish in the Moroccan cooking repertoire cooked M'chermel way. Chicken with meslalla and chermoula is quite a favourite family dish and I don't think restaurants serve it back home....
Moroccan patties recipe Moroccan patties recipe By LEBANESE RECIPES 02/25/15 16:21 To Prep 0:35 To Cook 0:20 INGREDIENTS 12 DIFFICULTY CAPABLE COOKS SERVINGS 4 Ingredients 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 small red onion, chopped 2 teaspoons Moroccan seasoning 400g can chickpeas, drained, rinsed 1 egg 1 small carrot, grated 425g can tuna in springwater,...
Moroccan Meslalla olives in chermoula Moroccan Meslalla olives in chermoula By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 02/25/15 11:50 Now that Meslalla has become edible after a few days of water treatment and care, Moroccan households usually marinate it with a lemony chermoula mix and serve it as a starter in every meal. In my last trip to Morocco, my mother shared with me a new recipe...
Moroccan Meslalla olives Moroccan Meslalla olives By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 02/23/15 23:51 The olive tree is a big thing in Morocco. They grow all over the country with some concentrations in specific Area. There is a belief that whoever uproots an olive tree and let it die could be cursed and damned. Moroccan picholine is the most common olive...
Fkas / Moroccan colorful crackers or Moroccan version of Indian Punjabi Mathri Fkas / Moroccan colorful crackers or Moroccan version of Indian Punjabi Mathri By Moroccan Cuisine Marocaine 02/20/15 20:45 It's time to nominate a better name for these Moroccan cookies, and I'm happy to give them new names “Moroccan colorful crackers" or "Moroccan version of Indian punjabi mathri". The word FKAS pronouced as /FKAːS/ and the letter "K" here is replacing the...
Moroccan Kadra with courgette and thyme Moroccan Kadra with courgette and thyme By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 02/12/15 11:50 We're still on the Kadra way of cooking and today is a rather light tagine which is appreciated during summer days but it can also be prepared all year around. Today is about a Moroccan stew of courgette and thyme. We usually cook this recipe in a cooking...
Moroccan Cinnamon Oranges – a Perfect Dessert Moroccan Cinnamon Oranges – a Perfect Dessert By Everyday Healthy! Everyday Delicious! 02/04/15 04:15 Moroccan Cinnamon Oranges – Refreshingly Luscious & Easy Throughout Morocco, seasonal fresh fruits are more typical than cooked desserts. In Saturday’s Moroccan cooking class, these traditional Moroccan Cinnamon Oranges won kudos all round as “the perfect...
Msemmen - Moroccan Crepes Msemmen - Moroccan Crepes By Smoky kitchen 02/03/15 02:39 Msemmen is a rich traditional food in Morocco. Msemmen is hard to pronounce, but delicious to eat. This is how you say it: Miss-i-men. It means greased, or oiled. Msemmen is served for breakfast along with honey, butter and Moroccan mint tea or a cup of...
Moroccan Almond and chickpeas Kadra - Part 2 : Kadra Touimiya (Twin) Moroccan Almond and chickpeas Kadra - Part 2 : Kadra Touimiya (Twin) By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 02/02/15 20:49 I have introduced Kadra (or kedra) in the previous post. Today's post is about one of the most commonly cooked dish in Fez: Kadra touimiya. Many stories explain the origin of the dish but the one that makes more sense is the reference to "twin" in Touimiya...
Msemen, Moroccan puff crepes Msemen, Moroccan puff crepes By original recipes for every taste 01/27/15 00:54 Preparation: 10 min - Cooking: 10 min Print Msemen, Moroccan puff crepes Prep time: 10 mins Cook time: 10 mins Total time: 20 mins Ingredients 240 gr flour (special bread flour) 120 gr extra fine semolina 190 gr cold water (more or less depending on the absorption of the flour) 4 gr yeast 1...
Moroccan Lamb with mint, apricots, almonds and dates Moroccan Lamb with mint, apricots, almonds and dates By Delicious Cooking with Mandy 01/13/15 06:25 Preparation Time: 20 minutes Cooking Time: 2 hours Serves approx 4 600 g of lean lamb meat diced 1 tablespoon of olive oil 1 onion chopped 2 garlic cloves crushed 700 ml of lamb or chicken stock 1 cinnamon stick (if you desire this flavour) - note take...
The world of Moroccan Kadras- Part 1: Kadra with chickpeas and potatoes The world of Moroccan Kadras- Part 1: Kadra with chickpeas and potatoes By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 01/11/15 00:02 If you have any link with Fez and have been brought up eating Fassi food, you might have gone to a saturation point with Kadra type of cooking. Kadra (Kdra) is a sort of broth-y stew which is cooked in a deep pot and never in a tagine. It has very defined...
Moroccan Stuffed Peppers with Couscous Moroccan Stuffed Peppers with Couscous By A Palatable Pastime 01/05/15 15:00 Peppers filled with savory couscous can pose as either a vegetarian main dish or side dish. Moroccan Stuffed Peppers with Couscous by Sue Lau | Palatable Pastime This is a recipe inspired by one for Moroccan Peppers by Cooking Light. … Continue reading...
Moroccan-Inspired Swiss Chard Rolls recipe Moroccan-Inspired Swiss Chard Rolls recipe By LEBANESE RECIPES 01/01/15 02:36 Recipe courtesy of Giada De Laurentiis SHOW: Giada at Home EPISODE: Spa Day at Home Ingredients Rice: 2 3/4 cups vegetable broth or stock Two 1/4-inch-thick slices fresh ginger, each about 1-inch in diameter 1/2 cup short or long-grain brown rice 1/2 cup...
Moroccan Cookies / Cakes! Dwaz Atay  /   دواز أتاي Moroccan Cookies / Cakes! Dwaz Atay / دواز أتاي By Moroccan Cuisine Marocaine 01/01/15 01:17 Moroccan Cookies / Cakes! Dwaz Atay / دواز أتاي ************************************************** In Morocco, there are a variety of special cookies and biscuits, all are a wonderful luxury treat for any time! Generally, these Moroccan cookies speak of...
Moroccan Chicken Cous Cous Moroccan Chicken Cous Cous By foodgloriousfood 12/27/14 11:34 Tired of sliced turkey? For me, turkey leftovers are more appealing on Boxing Day, but on the 27th I quickly grow tired of attempting to reinvent the turkey leftovers that I have ate for my lunch and dinner. That's where the humble chicken (any other time...
Moroccan chicken recipe Moroccan chicken recipe By LEBANESE RECIPES 12/24/14 18:06 Preparation: 10 min This is a beautiful Moroccan recipe, one we’d serve up every week if time allowed. If you’re as keen on this style of cooking as we are, this dish may become one of your favourites, too. Serves 6 Preparation 10min Cooking 1hr Skill level Mid By Allan Campion...
Moroccan stuffed batbout (flatbread) with a vegetarian taktouka Moroccan stuffed batbout (flatbread) with a vegetarian taktouka By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 12/17/14 10:18 This is a delicious recipe of vegetarian stuffed batbout. The stuffing is spiced up Moroccan-style and trapped inside a a wonderful bread shell. The taktouka stuffing is actually a North African salad which is served as a starter or a cooked salad. You...
Moroccan stuffed breads: a meal on the go Moroccan stuffed breads: a meal on the go By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 12/16/14 11:43 My dad used to call any stuffed bread "khobza be dwazha" referring to a sort of meal on the go, a sandwich to grab and eat. It used to make a nice school sandwich or an afternoon snack. Different stuffing can be perfectly fine within a bread or puff pastry...
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