This recipe is from a lady named Dana Kayal. She was in Calgary, Canada and dined in a fabulous restaurant called the Sultan's Tent. They serve authentic Morrocan food and this is one of the wonderful recipes she ate. When she told them how good it was and she wanted the recipe, they gave it to her!
This is a recipe from the Sultan's Tent restarurant in Calgary, Canada. This spicy soup is a Moroccan favorite, eaten every day during Ramadan to break the daytime fast. UPDATE:
I have made this, and adjusted the flour amounts. It's really good!
The newest trend is to spritz or spray the salad dressing right on to the salad! About one tbls. dresses a salad. It's healthy and easy too! Used in the south Meditteranean, Asia, the Caribbean, Southern USA and in Spain!
Good for a lazy morning, when you're listening to the birds singing, observing the patterns of the leaves on the grass, sipping your morning coffee, or running out the door! Adapted from Great Good Food!
A great take on guacamole! Serve with toasted pita chips or scooped onto crostini or grilled chicken, steak, or salmon! Recipe courtesy of The Olives Table by Todd English and Sally Sampson and published in Delicious Living magazine.
Mmmmm....fresh corn, cooked, cooled and mixed with fresh vegetables with a red wine vinaigrette=simple pleasures! The fresh herbs add the flavor to make this a memorable meal. Adapted from Midwest Living magazine. Cook time is for the corn. This is good served with chips.