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The Traditional Moroccan Bastila - Pigeon Bastila The Traditional Moroccan Bastila - Pigeon Bastila By 05/25/14 13:21 The Specialty of the Moroccan city Fes, also known as the 'Bastila of Fes'is essentially a pie filled with the traditional pigeon filling There are many versions to Bastila, more so today, with... for more visit Dima's Kitchen blog http://dimaskitchen.blogspot.com...
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Moroccan Chicken Couscous Moroccan Chicken Couscous By Spanish Food Blog 07/29/14 16:05 Since Morocco is just few hundred kilometers from Málaga just across the Mediterranean sea, there are plenty of Moroccan influences in the local food. Along with Moroccan people comes with their food and it’s widely available in Costa del Sol area. Two...
Moroccan stuffed harchas with cheese and other things Moroccan stuffed harchas with cheese and other things By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 07/23/14 15:32 We love Harcha so much that when Huma (check her incredibly amazing work here) kindly proposed that I write about Ramadan in Morocco from a culinary perspective, I wanted to give harcha the exposure it deserves. The other reason why I meant to include stuffed...
Modern Moroccan baghrir with orange sauce Modern Moroccan baghrir with orange sauce By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 06/30/14 21:40 Have you heard of Baghrir? Yes? good! No? We'll fix that! Baghrir is a sort of spongy pancake with many holes. It's usually served with an oozing combination of warm honey and butter. In Fes, we like to add orange blossom water to this mix (of course!)....
Griouech- m'kherka -Chebbakia Tutorial: the iconic Moroccan honeyed cookie for Ramadan Griouech- m'kherka -Chebbakia Tutorial: the iconic Moroccan honeyed cookie for Ramadan By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 06/29/14 12:25 Today's recipe might look complicated but I promise it's not! I'm dedicating it to Griouech or M'kharka, It's a must-have sweet in our Moroccan table during this blessed period. Did you read my post about Ramadan in Morocco where I made a reference to this...
Incredibly delicious Moroccan orange and cinnamon fruit salad Incredibly delicious Moroccan orange and cinnamon fruit salad By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 06/29/14 00:44 Moroccan orange salad is rather a dessert served at the end of a meal. It's at its best when the oranges are in season. How can an easy recipe such as this one be so good? If you look at the combination of flavours, they all seem made for each other: oranges,...
Haroset - Moroccan truffles with dates, almonds and apples - vegan recipe with the natural fruit sugar - Tartufi marocchini con datteri, mandorle e mele - ricetta vegana, senza glutine e senza zuccheri aggiunti Haroset - Moroccan truffles with dates, almonds and apples - vegan recipe with the natural fruit sugar - Tartufi marocchini con datteri, mandorle e mele - ricetta vegana, senza glutine e senza zuccheri aggiunti By Sfizi & Vizi 06/25/14 15:42 Il mese dedicato al Marocco sta per terminare e tra un impegno e un altro sto cercando di preparare alcuni dei piatti tipici di questa cucina, mi spiace soltanto che il tempo sia sempre insufficiente e, assodato che il tajine non arriverà se non a luglio,...
Quartet of refreshing Moroccan juices: We love vegetables Quartet of refreshing Moroccan juices: We love vegetables By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 06/25/14 12:19 It's juicing season. It's already too hot even in London. So I thought it's a good time to share some old Moroccan juices we tend to make during orange harvesting season which is in....fall/early winter..How odd! Well the reason is that oranges are good...
Top Two (2) Feel-Home Food for Ramadan in Morocco: Sellou or Slilo, a Unique Unbaked Moroccan Sweet for Ramadan Top Two (2) Feel-Home Food for Ramadan in Morocco: Sellou or Slilo, a Unique Unbaked Moroccan Sweet for Ramadan By Moroccan Cuisine Marocaine 06/24/14 23:14 I always spend my two weeks before Ramadan baking up a storm, but this year is exceptional! I've received a few orders from my blog readers and friends, willing to buy my chabakia and sellou, and this has been the longest uninterrupted two weeks pre-Ramadan...
Moroccan aubergine salad: Zaalouk Moroccan aubergine salad: Zaalouk By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 06/18/14 17:46 If you are not fan of aubergines, this is a recipe that will make you eat them. Aubergines are heavily present in most of the Mediterranean Cuisines Zaalouk has many cousins around the Med with slightly different presentation and more or less ingredients:...
My trip to Europe: Le Marrakech, Moroccan restaurant in Grenoble, France My trip to Europe: Le Marrakech, Moroccan restaurant in Grenoble, France By I just want to eat!I 06/13/14 06:00 We went to Le Marrakech, a Moroccan restaurant, two years ago and were still talking about it, wanting to go back to eat some of their couscous or tagines. And we did come back this time, with my Dad, brother Hervé, sister in law Rosa and nephew Valentin....
Buttered Mkhamer, a Moroccan flatbread you want to try Buttered Mkhamer, a Moroccan flatbread you want to try By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 06/12/14 13:44 Today's recipe is a pure hybrid between our nation-favourite pan-fried bread called Batbout (or Mkhamer (depending whom you're talking to) and mlaoui, which can be categorized somewhere between a special flatbread-meets pancake- meets-puff pastry. I love...
Moroccan Goat Yogurt with Dates and Preserved Lemon and a #Giveaway Moroccan Goat Yogurt with Dates and Preserved Lemon and a #Giveaway By Shockingly Delicious 06/10/14 10:42 Earthy, sweet-tart flavor makes a surprising breakfast, elegant lunch or snack that strays far from the usual over-sweetened yogurt path.
Moroccan Chicken with tomato jam: Djaj be maticha ma'assla Moroccan Chicken with tomato jam: Djaj be maticha ma'assla By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 06/08/14 16:19 If I literally translate the name of this dish to English, it should rather say Chicken with caramelized tomatoes. Chicken with tomato jam is one of the easiest dishes in Morocco but it's not very common. Its fame is limited to some regions and some posh...
Moroccan whole wheat bread: Khobz zra'a for my 500th post Moroccan whole wheat bread: Khobz zra'a for my 500th post By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 06/01/14 17:31 Well, the 500th post in this blog has to be a Moroccan recipe and a vital one! It's about the daily bread. Moroccan cooking has always been an oral tradition transmitted from generation to generation and, in the best scenario, someone would have thought...
المْخَرْقَة-الشّباكيّة/ Chebakia or Chebakiya (Mkharqua-Mkharka-Mkhar9a)/The Classic Moroccan Flower Cookies / Chabakia ou Chebakiya ou Tresses (Roses) au miel المْخَرْقَة-الشّباكيّة/ Chebakia or Chebakiya (Mkharqua-Mkharka-Mkhar9a)/The Classic Moroccan Flower Cookies / Chabakia ou Chebakiya ou Tresses (Roses) au miel By Moroccan Cuisine Marocaine 05/31/14 11:12 Since I was young I've always been intrigued by these se same/honey cookies , called in Morocco "Chebakia", not only for their beautiful flower shape but also because they are surprisingly delicious sweet treats and I love all the flavours in them! Chebakia...
Richbond (Mshimisha or Halwat Samira Bent Saïd [Kifach Tla9ina] or Moroccan Snow Balls / Richbond (Mchimicha ou Boules de Neige à la Marocaine) Richbond (Mshimisha or Halwat Samira Bent Saïd [Kifach Tla9ina] or Moroccan Snow Balls / Richbond (Mchimicha ou Boules de Neige à la Marocaine) By Moroccan Cuisine Marocaine 05/30/14 16:37 مْشِيمِشَة كْوِيراتْ الثلْجْ حلوة ريشبوند حْلْوَة سميرة بْنْتْ سْعيدْ Dwaz Atay - دْوازْ أَتايْ It's one of those cookies that I vaguely recall as being pretty popular in the 60s, 70s and 80s, and I still see them on Moroccan tea-tables frequently. They...
Moroccan street food: the beloved galetta dial Mahlaba Moroccan street food: the beloved galetta dial Mahlaba By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 05/30/14 00:08 These amazing caky shortbreads called galette or galettas are part of our Moroccan street food repertoire. Along with the coconut macaroons I posted previously, they are anyone's favourite especially after school in the afternoon or even part of a breakfast...
Moroccan street food: My dad's amazing battered Maa'kouda Moroccan street food: My dad's amazing battered Maa'kouda By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 05/29/14 15:18 Today's post is about one of the most amazing street food bites in Morocco: the battered Maa'kouda. However, the non-battered seems to be the most published and written about especially in English.. I never had a non-battered maa'kouda although I grew up...
Frifra -Moroccan Fan-Shaped Cookies / Petit-Four Marocain Frifra Frifra -Moroccan Fan-Shaped Cookies / Petit-Four Marocain Frifra By Moroccan Cuisine Marocaine 05/28/14 14:59 It was not until the 60s and 70s that Moroccan cookies started to take different and funny shapes and this is due to primarily to advances in food manufacture and availability of cookies molds, which are made either in metals or wood. Before, the pastry...
Traditional Moroccan chicken with olives and preserved lemons: Djaj m'qualli be zeitoun Traditional Moroccan chicken with olives and preserved lemons: Djaj m'qualli be zeitoun By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 05/27/14 11:59 This dish as Moroccan as it can get! It’s a dish served in ceremonies and during special events. Every single stage in making this dish is important. From a properly handled chicken to the final texture of the gravy to how the whole thing comes together,...
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