This recipe has been submitted for play in ZWT9 – Morocco. This recipe is from cookbook: More HeartSmart Cooking With Bonnie Stern. This lovely salad has a big punch of flavor. You will be left smiling.
Toasting the sesame seeds really enhances the flavor.
This recipe has been submitted for play in ZWT9 – Morocco. This recipe is from cookbook: Fight Back with Food.
This is a nice thick, creamy, spiced carrot soup. The cilantro garnish provides a fresh, clean finish.
This recipe has been submitted for play in ZWT9 - Morocco. Recipe from cookbook The Complete Illustrated Book of Herbs.
This rub brings the exotic into our homes, hope you will enjoy this tasty rub.
Harissa is a fiercely fiery, chili-based sauce and is wonderful used as a condiment with eggs and couscous-based dishes.
Please note: Prep time includes the making of the Harissa Spice Mixture and the Moroccan Rub.
This recipe has been posted here for play in ZWT9-Morocco. This recipe is from website : Moroccan-Food.com.
Khobz is the Moroccan and standard Arabic word for bread and refers to oven-baked bread which is shaped into round, flattish loaves with lots of crust.
During a traditional Moroccan meal, khobz often replaces utensils such as forks or spoons as it is used to scoop up meat, vegetables, sauce, salads, dips and more.
This recipe has been posted here for play in ZWT9 - Morocco. This recipe has been obtained from website Moroccanfood.about.com.
This Moroccan Orange Cake Recipe is quick and easy to make and delicious without frosting.
This beautiful recipe has been placed here for play in ZWT9 - Morocco. This recipe is from website: Redonline.co.uk.
Bring the exotic and aromatic flavours of Morocco to your kitchen table with this wonderful tea.
Mint tea is Morocco’s staple drink, found on every street corner and café being poured out of a silver jug into tea glasses.
Be sure to lift the teapot high above the cup while pouring.
To give it that authentic citrus flavour, the secret ingredient is dried verbena leaves.
Please Note: The site does not recognise dried verbena leaves as an ingredient. Please use 1 tbsp dried verbena leaves in recipe, as noted in directions. Thank you.
This recipe has been posted here for play in ZWT9 - Morocco. This recipe is from :website - bbc.Goodfood.com. Recipe from olive magazine, July 2009
This meal is delicious served with herb couscous, just perfect for a dinner party, your guests will leave happy and full.
This recipe has been submitted for play in ZWT9 - Morocco. Recipe from cookbook: The Complete Illustrated Book of Herbs.
Ras el hanout is a Mococcan mixture of 20 or more spices and herbs that usually includes cinnamon, cloves, lavender, orris root, cloves and turmeric.
I have not tried this because it contains ingredients that I am allergic too, but it sounds wonderful. Posted here for you to try.
This recipe has been placed here for play in ZWT9 - Morocco. This recipe is from : website bbc.goodfoods.com - from Good Food magazine, December 2008.
This couscous makes a delicious accompaniment to lamb tagine and any other Moroccan style spicy dish.
This recipe was submitted for play in ZWT9 - Morocco. The recipe is courtesy of Syrie Wongkaew.
Here, the simple sausage roll has been transformed into a moreish party snack with the inclusion of a Moroccan paste called "Harissa" and various herbs and spices, hope you will enjoy this delicious sounding treat.
This recipe has been submitted for play in ZWT9 – Morocco. This recipe is from cookbook: Fight Back With Food. In this tasty version chicken breasts are braised with chickpeas, lemon, cilantro and apricots. Yummy!
These are so good, and best of all they are quick and easy to make. They are also very easy to double...and believe me, after you taste these you will wish you had doubled the recipe...I hope you enjoy these amazing squares as much as we do. Please note* there is no baking time.
This makes a lovely meal served with chicken or pork, steamed carrots and a light fruit salad. (My personal favorite fruit salad: honey melon, kiwi and fresh raspberries with a splash of lemon juice and a sprinkling of vanilla sugar).