Plain Harcha + Zaatar and Black Olive Harcha — My Moroccan Food
Harcha is a type of pan fried semolina cake and like baghrir or msemen , harcha is famous for being one of the moroccan breakfast essentials. Usually served for breakfast they are also enjoyed in Morocco during tea time with jam or honey and butter syrup.
Maakouda – Moroccan Potato Beignet — My Moroccan Food
Do you know Maakouda? Maakouda is a kind of Moroccan potato beignet usually eaten as an appetizer, a side or as a filling in a crusty sandwich. I don’t usually go for deep fried foods, I always try to find an alternative to avoid deep frying because health , This recipe is the first deep frie
Bissara - Split Peas and Fava Beans Dip — My Moroccan Food
Do you guys know bissara? Bissara is a crisscross between a dip and a soup, I wasn’t sure if I should call it a soup or a dip . I ended up calling it a dip because we eat it exclusively with bread (and nothing else!), but anyway it doesn’t really matter, doesn’t? Cause we’re all here
Moroccan Pancake Layer Cake - Baghrir Cake — My Moroccan Food
Happy pancake day United Kingdom!! How are you guys celebrating?! I thought the best way would be with a gorgeous baghrir layer cake. Because why have one pancake when you can stake them all up and make every single bite magical?
Ras El Hanout Pulled Beef Sandwich — My Moroccan Food
The streets of London are starting to look all pretty and cute again! As spring approaches, beautiful flowers are blossoming on the trees. I don’t know about you, but this weather puts me in such a good mood! And in my book, good mood always calls for good food! So let’s all have a ras el hanout pu
Batbout + Quick Chicken Tagine Filling — My Moroccan Food
Let’s have a batbout party!! Batbout is a type of flatbread Moroccans fill with pretty much everything yummy! Batbout is like an improved version of the pitta bread; it’s fluffier and richer but it is also very airy and tasty! Batbouts comes in different sizes, but the most common ones are the smal
Sfenj - Moroccan Donuts — My Moroccan Food
Happy national donut day North America! Until last year, I didn’t know there was such a thing as national donut day. I had to start blogging and become a devoted instagrammer to find out about national donut day’s existence. Then I realised donut comes from dough-nut , and I didn’t how to feel abou
Artichoke Tagine with Peas, Baby Potatoes and Preserved Lemon (vegan) — My Moroccan Food
It's been a while since I've last posted a tagine recipe! Well, this mainly proves one thing: Moroccan cuisine is not only about tagines, don’t you think? Not that I don't love love love our yummy stews but Moroccan food has so many other treasures to offer, like bastila ,&
Sardine Tagine — My Moroccan Food
Hello from Rabat! I would love to say sunny Rabat, but the weather has been so inconsistent these pas days, I don’t think it would be fair to make such a statement. That said, it’s been sunny and breezy today so hopefully the heavy, sticky, sand stormy and cloudy days are behind us. Fingers crossed!
Buttermilk and Almond Basbousa with Orange and Cardamom Syrup — My Moroccan Food
My basbousa is finally online! Let’s all celebrate by making basbousa?! I am back to London where the weather is kind of “moody” which made me very nostalgic of my trips to Morocco and Ibiza. Summer is officially over for me! Being home also meant I had to deal with my least favourite back-from-hol
Turkey, Cranberry and Chestnut Tagine — My Moroccan Food
This year, I really don’t feel like roasting my turkey. Do you? I am not saying that because my secret mission is to “tagine” everything, I am saying that because sometimes it’s nice to do things differently and also because surprising your guests with unexpected meals always makes you fee
Classic Kefta Briouate — My Moroccan Food
January is almost over! Can you believe this? And how are you feeling about the beginning of the year? I am feeling good but I can’t believe we’re almost done with January. Where did all this time go? Where was I?
Almond Mhencha — My Moroccan Food
I have reached new levels of gourmet satisfaction. Seriously. Last week, I made about 3 kg of caramelized onions and ever since, I have been adding them to anything savoury. The majority of them were quickly thrown in a sandwich between melted cheese and occasional pieces of chicken. It mi
Lamb, Potatoes and Olives Tagine — My Moroccan Food
Spring is here, yay! It makes me unreasonably happy. I am so grateful for spring this year because last year, I didn’t really get to make the best out of the “spring” weather and food. This time last year, I was almost 9 months pregnant and pretty much stuck in bed. Then, our w o n d e r f u l Laeli
Chermoula Prawns and Calamari with Tomatoes and Avocado — My Moroccan Food
Friends! It’s been a while since my last post and I am totally aware of that. I would say I am 30% responsible of my recent lack of blog posts. The remaining 70% is due to 1. A very bad cold that keeps going away and reappearing (SO annoying). Tips welcomed! 2. A sprained joint in my spin