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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 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...
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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...
Moroccan cauliflower marka/tagine Moroccan cauliflower marka/tagine By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 11/15/14 00:32 Moroccan cuisine uses all available vegetables in the country. Our mothers usually have one prevailing logic with their children when it comes to food (and that start at a young age): eat your vegs or stay hungry! It kind of works because you will end up...
Healthy Moroccan millet soup: Aneeli or Illane Healthy Moroccan millet soup: Aneeli or Illane By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 11/14/14 17:34 Moroccan millet soup called "Aneeli" or " h'ssoua d'Illane" is a very simple and yet extremely healthy soup. It does not require many ingredients although it may vary depending on the families. You just need to find the major one to make it. Our Moroccan...
Moroccan tagine or stew with thistle and fresh broad beans (El foul wel guernina) Moroccan tagine or stew with thistle and fresh broad beans (El foul wel guernina) By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 11/11/14 12:46 Thistles or guernina is widely and wildly grown in Morocco. It has its season and we make a good use of it. Everything seems to be good in that rainy seasons where fennel, broad beans, cardoons, green beans and many other things are so abundant, cheap and...
Moroccan superfood mix: Zemmita Moroccan superfood mix: Zemmita By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 11/10/14 11:36 I always thought that Zemmita was actually Sellou, only more sandy and slightly darker in colour. Well it was only half the truth. Mind you, we even have a song for Zemmita (here, with the Mohammed Bouzoubaa. a famous singer close to our family and who...
Moroccan green bottle gourd salad from Fez: n'ii bezzeit Moroccan green bottle gourd salad from Fez: n'ii bezzeit By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 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 caviar of fresh young broad (fava) beans: El  Merfouss Moroccan caviar of fresh young broad (fava) beans: El Merfouss By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 11/02/14 11:10 El Merfouss is a mash of fresh young broad/fava beans with a bit of chermoula and a generous amount of olive oil and lemon. This recipe is very common in the region between Fes, Hyayna, Taza as the soil is very rich especially between Mekness and Hyayna...
The healing Moroccan Tadeffi soup The healing Moroccan Tadeffi soup By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 11/01/14 20:19 Tadeffi or Dadeffi is a typical Moroccan soup made during cold days especially for people suffering from cold, asthma, problems with digestion, migraine, PMS etc..It is also highly recommended for women who just gave birth as it's invigorating. Tadeffi...
How to make Moroccan Khlii (or Khlea), a family recipe How to make Moroccan Khlii (or Khlea), a family recipe By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 10/31/14 00:41 Khlii’ or Khlea’ is our Moroccan cured and preserved meat that is confit in fat to last for at least a year. I have previously posted a Khlii' recipe but without too much details. Today, I promise you plenty of details and pictures so you become an expert...
Moroccan Bissara with dried fava beans purée (or dip if affinities) Moroccan Bissara with dried fava beans purée (or dip if affinities) By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 10/30/14 06:32 Bissara is a humble dish, it's the hillsmen's puré e (Jebli, in Moroccan), the poor's hearthy meal. It's one of those comforting dishes we're after in the cold days. It's a vegetarian/vegan dish which packs a lot of goodness. A 100% dried fava beans bissara...
Moroccan Harira Moroccan Harira By Wandercrush 10/26/14 14:33 Letting go of summer and embracing autumn can sometimes seem like two very distinct moments. There was the ode to the last ripe blackberries and now, a month later, the first warming soup of the season. It’s one of the tell-tale signs—buying a new box …...
Moroccan Chicken m'qualli with its sweet butternut paste: m'derbel of pumpkin Moroccan Chicken m'qualli with its sweet butternut paste: m'derbel of pumpkin By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 10/24/14 17:25 At this time of the year, pumpkin, butternut squash and co seem to be everywhere here in London. It was the same thing in Germany where I lived before. I've seen different shapes and form which I have never seen before in my life. Being from Morocco, I'm...
Moroccan Chicken Moroccan Chicken By Buttoni's Low-Carb Recipes 10/20/14 00:10 This is one of our favorite ways to have chicken. It’s a little carb pricey and not doable during Induction due to the prunes. They really make the dish, so wait until you can prepare this one properly. :) I … Continue reading →
Moroccan Eggplant Mini Galettes with Chickpeas + Harissa Moroccan Eggplant Mini Galettes with Chickpeas + Harissa By Eggplant & Olive 10/17/14 06:17 There’s a platter loaded with all the things I’ve been holding on to so tightly. I’ve got it in my outstretched arms, hoping the precariously balanced load won’t topple over before I can let it go. My fingers have been clenched so tightly around each item,...
Moroccan-Style Acorn Squash Moroccan-Style Acorn Squash By MotherWouldKnow 10/09/14 22:00 This recipe began when I "discovered" an acorn squash hiding among my produce. Although squash lasts a long time and doesn’t come with a “use by” date, I needed to use it sooner rather than later. In my book, wasting food is practically criminal. So off...
Moroccan Couscous Moroccan Couscous By Lucy's Friendly Foods 10/06/14 13:21 I’m trying to challenge myself. Some of my least favourite pulses are chickpeas and I’m mostly not more than luke-warm about any squash or pumpkin. So this recipe is a bit of a ‘leap of faith’ for me. In using flavours (Harissa) and textures (couscous and...
Marinated olives the Moroccan way: 6 ways of making  zitoun mchermel Marinated olives the Moroccan way: 6 ways of making "zitoun mchermel" By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 10/03/14 02:23 This post is all about how to marinate cured olives the Moroccan way. As I have promised in the previous post about Moroccan olives, I'll pass on to you some of our family recipes on how to reproduce the marinated olives you find in the Moroccan stalls...
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