Very Good Recipes of Moroccan

There are 276 Moroccan recipes on Very Good Recipes.
Do you like moroccan recipes?

Thank you!

Click on the title of a recipe or the photo of a dish to read the full recipe on its author's blog.

The best moroccan recipe

Moroccan green bottle gourd salad from Fez: n'ii bezzeit Moroccan green bottle gourd salad from Fez: n'ii bezzeit By 11/09/14 13:41 N'ii bezzit is a rather weird name for a salad. "N'ii" is a sort of oral obituary and "bezzeit" means with oil. I have no idea why this simple and yet nice cooked salad is called that way. Being an old recipe, it must be related to something in history...
-
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...
My Moroccan griddled flat bread called Batbout (Mkhamer) My Moroccan griddled flat bread called Batbout (Mkhamer) By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 12/15/14 20:54 Batbout is a pan-fried Moroccan flat bread, it's also called Mekhmar or Mkhamer in other houses. My batbout with semolina flour, white and corn flour. this is the standard thickness of large batbout (they come even larger) I have previously posted a standard...
Moroccan savoury pinwheel fekkas Moroccan savoury pinwheel fekkas By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 12/11/14 22:40 Savoury fekkas biscuits come in different shapes and are usually small in size. We love to have them around especially for a family gossiping session. Left to right: oregano, black pepper and cheese, grain-mustard and cheese, harissa and cheeseMoroccan...
Moroccan Harira meets vegan cottage pie Moroccan Harira meets vegan cottage pie By Deena Kakaya Vegetarian Cooking and Reci... 12/11/14 22:29 Moroccan Harira meets vegan cottage pie They say that travel broadens the mind, but what does that actually mean? Does it mean that we learn about other cultures and ways of life, new languages, different cuisines or perhaps unfamiliar landscapes and explore...
Moroccan quince tagine with semi-caramelized onions Moroccan quince tagine with semi-caramelized onions By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 12/11/14 02:02 Today's recipe uses a wonderful seasonal fruit : quince . It's a seasonal fruit which usually ends in a tagine or a stew when it's not preserved. Moroccan quince is particularly fruity and intense in flavour. Quince or Sfarjal has been used for centuries...
Moroccan coated shorbread - El Mfenned Moroccan coated shorbread - El Mfenned By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 12/04/14 20:17 Moroccan Mfenned (for coated) falls into the category of kurabiedes, polvorones, Russian tea biscuits, Mexican wedding cookies. It's basically a melt-in-the-moth-shortbread-meet-ghriyba cookie/biscuit with Moroccan notes. Every time I make these Mfenned...
El bakkoula or khoubbiza: Vegetarian Moroccan mallow salad with options El bakkoula or khoubbiza: Vegetarian Moroccan mallow salad with options By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 12/02/14 16:37 In Morocco, steamed and sautéed mallows with chermoula is seasonal cooked salad or starter which you might get served every single day during the raining season. Mallow saladMany people confuse mallow leaves with spinach leaves. While mallow has an interesting...
Moroccan steamed stuffed chicken 5 ways Moroccan steamed stuffed chicken 5 ways By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 12/02/14 02:21 Have you ever steamed chicken? If not, you're in for a wonderful discovery. I like steamed chicken, not only because it's healthy to steam food but because the bird is incredibly moist. I can eat it hot or cold, so , so it's quite convenient as well. Steamed...
Moroccan Carrot and Garbanzo Bean Salad Moroccan Carrot and Garbanzo Bean Salad By Savoring Every Bite 11/30/14 23:36 As I mentioned in my previous post with the Pomegranate Walnut and Apple Salad, I have been so fascinated with Moroccan foods, particularly with these salad plates. The display of colorful, healthy salads, for me, would be a meal in itself. The salad to...
Moroccan dairy drink: Raibi Moroccan dairy drink: Raibi By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 11/30/14 18:45 Raibi is a dairy drink we grew up enjoying cold or frozen. It used to be sold in Mahlabas (dairy shops) or small grocery shops. Back in 1966, Centrale Laitiere was the first company to make Raibi. In the last 10 years, more competition came in and we even...
Moroccan Meatball Sliders Moroccan Meatball Sliders By FarmgirlGourmet 11/24/14 15:00 Preparation: 10 min - Cooking: 15 min This is a sponsored post as part of my partnership with Sabra. All opinions are my own. My friends at Sabra Dipping Co. recently asked me if I’d like to do a tailgating recipe and giveaway of a Big Green Egg grill, and of course I had to say YES. …
Moroccan Jerusalem artichoke tagine Moroccan Jerusalem artichoke tagine By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 11/24/14 00:44 Jerusalem artichokes have a weird name: they're not from Jerusalem and they're not artichokes. We call them in Moroccan batata qessbiya (batata for potato and qessbiya in reference to a cane) putting this root vegetable in the potato family! I do believe...
Mastery many Moroccan dishes by mastering just a few master recipes Mastery many Moroccan dishes by mastering just a few master recipes By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 11/23/14 23:09 The good thing about Moroccan food is once you know how master recipes work, you can decline them by season and make plenty of dishes without having to look for a written recipe anymore! Whether you cook these Moroccan dishes using a heavy cooking pot or...
Moroccan fresh broad bean (fava bean) tagine Moroccan fresh broad bean (fava bean) tagine By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 11/23/14 22:01 Broad beans are one of the most favourite vegetables in Morocco, especially when in season and young. In Morocco, broad beans get picked from the fields, in a matter of a day or two at max, they would have been distributed and sold, maybe already eaten....
Moroccan fresh cheese -Jben Moroccan fresh cheese -Jben By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 11/23/14 02:33 I have posted a couple recipes of our beloved fresh cheese commonly called Jben. The recipes were all in French (here and there) back in the days where I started the blog. Some jben are crumblier than others and that's good especially if you want to make...
Moroccan sweet potato starter with chermoula Moroccan sweet potato starter with chermoula By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 11/20/14 14:29 Still on the topic on using sweet potatoes in Moroccan cooking. Here is another starter or cooked salad with a savoury note (see here for a sweet version of this starter). The use of Moroccan chermoula in this recipe balances the natural sweetness of the...
Moroccan sweet potato starter with sultanas Moroccan sweet potato starter with sultanas By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 11/20/14 14:27 There are a few vegetables I never clicked with. But since I started weaning my baby boy I thought it was only fair that he does not suffer from my discriminative choices regarding vegetables. Never say never, maybe our taste buds mature as we do and we...
Cooking Moroccan stews Part 2: how to handle a stew/marqa from start to finish Cooking Moroccan stews Part 2: how to handle a stew/marqa from start to finish By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 11/20/14 03:11 I have witness an interesting discussion between a few people on whether Moroccan cooking requires browning meat and birds or not. Some Moroccan cooking amateurs had their own ideas about the subjects while Moroccan themselves as well as some Moroccan food...
Part 1: cooking Moroccan stews, a few things you need to know Part 1: cooking Moroccan stews, a few things you need to know By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 11/19/14 22:32 Many people automatically link Moroccan cooking to tagine. These conical vessels are not sold in all different materials and colours. Plain cooking tagines (unglazed at the front and glazed at the back)Generally speaking, the tagine has 2 reasons to be...
Pages:
1

Moroccan recipes

What kind of moroccan recipes would you like? Pick a dish or an ingredient to refine the selection.

Sign-in

Sign-in on Very Good Recipes to save your favorite recipes on your recipe book.

Connect with Facebook :

Or sign-in with your Very Good Recipes account:

User name:

Password:


Don't have an account yet? Register to discover and share recipes with other bloggers and readers passionate about cooking.

Submit your blog!

If you publish original recipes on your blog and want them listed on Very Good Recipes, submit your blog!