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    7 Reviews |  By twissis

    I liked this recipe I found in "Food for 50" for it's ease of prep & because it would allow me to bring a taste of Africa & Morocco to my Icelandic kitchen. It's also the 1st recipe I've seen that came w/a "warning" of sorts - "Use sparingly to season soups, stews & meats. The flavor profile compliments Moroccan & African dishes, but remember spice flavors intensify when toasted." (Use for marinades, rubs & general seasoning)

    Recipe #170871

    I have always felt that doughnuts were something you bought at a bakery because they were just too labor-intensive to do otherwise. This recipe for Tunisian YoYos may well have changed my mind & I will be interested to know if other chefs feel as I do. The recipe was a little vague about times, saying “60 min plus rest time of 1 hr”. So my division of times is a bit of guesswork based on recipe directions & does not include the 1 hr rest time. Enjoy!

    Recipe #502852

    1 Reviews |  By twissis

    This recipe is being posted for ZWT II & my source is africa.upenn.edu/Cookbook/Dessert. The intro says "It is my belief that parfaits are best made to order. If you must prepare ahead of time, freeze before adding the whipped cream."

    Recipe #170546

    3 Reviews |  By twissis

    Found at the biggirlssmallkitchen website, this easy-fix & sure-to-be-tasty sandwich was featured by Kelsey Brown in a “Brown Baggin’ It” article primarily directed at college students & the working masses who dine in “Break Rooms” more often than not. Kelsey said: “Make your fellow students or co-workers jealous when they’re unwrapping their frozen “diet” entrées & you whip out this fresh, light & flavorful Moroccan Chicken Salad Sandwich in Pita Bread.” Do not be intimidated by what may appear to be a complex set of ingredients. The ingredients are simple & the rest is a matter of spicing. Ingredient prep & assembly time was estimated. There was no cook time since the recipe begins w/pre-cooked chicken. Enjoy!

    Recipe #503146

    2 Reviews |  By twissis

    I am not sure why, but I had never used much couscous in my cooking until I played ZWT & No Africa was 1 of the Tour destinations. I fell deeply in “serious like” w/it & use it a lot in my cooking now. I am also a big fan of recipes that combine pasta plus veggie elements to work well as a single side-dish w/most meat choices. All that said, I found this recipe at a cooking-by-country website, captured it for myself & decided to share it w/you. Times were vague -- So I opted to allow 5 min for ingredient prep, 20 min cook time & not include the 1 hr chill time. Enjoy!

    Recipe #502850

    7 Reviews |  By twissis

    Another recipe I stumbled across & fell in love with on a search for something else. My recipe source is "The New Enchanted Broccoli Forest" by Mollie Katzen. Recipes w/10 min prep times always get my attention (esp ones w/flavor combos like this one!) & the serving method sounded like so much fun to do w/your family or at a dinner party w/friends. :-)

    Recipe #169343

    1 Reviews |  By twissis

    Entered for ZWT-9, this is the 2nd of 3 recipes from an article at the Eating Well website titled “Healthy Couscous Recipes”. Per the recipe intro: “Thin cuts of beef (such as skirt steak or sirloin steak) cook very quickly when seared in a hot skillet -- Just right for a busy weeknight. We love how the spicy Moroccan flavors of the steak compliment the sweet, roasted pepper-studded couscous. Serve w/an Arugula salad & a glass of Pinot Noir.” Prep & Cook times were noted as an identical total, but I have allowed an extra 10 min for ingredient assembly. Enjoy!

    Recipe #505448

    Entered for ZWT-9, this is the 1st of 3 recipes from an article at the Eating Well website titled “Healthy Couscous Recipes”. The recipe list at the website pays homage to the main Moroccan Berber dish most people are familiar with & consider a national delicacy - Couscous. Per Wikipedia, couscous is a staple food throughout the No African cuisines of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Mauritania & Libya. From the website intro: “This cinnamon & cumin-spiked couscous w/chicken takes its inspiration from Morocco. It’s made mostly w/pantry staples. All you require is some chicken thighs (or breasts), a bunch of cilantro & an orange. The orange slices become tender after cooking, so you can eat them - skin & all. For a variation, sub diced leg of lamb for the chicken. Serve w/steamed green beans or a spinach salad.” Prep & Cook times were given as an identical total, but I have allowed an extra 10 min for assembly of ingredients & Prep Step 1. Enjoy!

    Recipe #505447

    1 Reviews |  By twissis

    Per Wikipedia – “The main Moroccan Berber dish most people are familiar with is couscous, a nat’l delicacy.” .. “Couscous is a staple food of the No African cuisines of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Mauritania & Libya.” .. “Spices & Other Flavorings –Many ingredients are home-grown .. like mint & olives from Meknes (a city in north Morocco) & lemons from Fez. Common spices include coriander. Common herbs include mint & parsley.” – This recipe reflects the Moroccan cuisine in many ways. It was found at kitchenconfidante.com & described as: “Wonderfully versatile, this salad works best if given time to soak in the flavors of the dressing. If made the night before, by the following dy it will be perfectly chilled, flavorful & ready to pair w/your favorite dishes.” Enjoy!

    Recipe #503259

    Entered for ZWT-9, this is the last of 3 recipes from an article at the Eating Well website titled “Healthy Couscous Recipes”. Per the recipe intro: “T'fayas are special-occasion dishes served all along Morocco's Atlantic coast & they are known for their thick, sweet & heavily-spiced sauces. This sauce gets a pleasant layer of sweetness from raisins & a touch of sugar, which marry perfectly w/halibut.” – Do not be intimidated by the visually long ingredient list. It is mostly spicing & other common ingredients. Prep & Cook times were shown as an identical total, but I have allowed an extra 10 min for ingredient assembly & Prep Step 1. Enjoy!

    Recipe #505449

    5 Reviews |  By twissis

    From the *Afternoon Delights* section of the Australian Women's Weekly "Cocktail Guide" cookbook & I loved the intro: "During Prohibition in the 1920's, adventurous drinkers began mixing bits & pieces of ingredients together to disguise the taste of the poor quality liquor. We have followed the lead w/gusto, but today there is a tantalizing range of cocktails perfect for sipping in the lazy afternoon." *Happy Birthday Chef Kate*

    Recipe #234922

    1 Reviews |  By Ck2plz

    Three of my favorite ingredients! I haven't tried but I am headed to the store soon.

    Recipe #503619

    I haven't made this but love the ingredients. The cooking time does not include the MARINATING time. Marinate 30 minutes.

    Recipe #503602

    2 Reviews |  By Ck2plz

    I found this recipe on recipeisland.com Cookimg time included boiling of potatoes.

    Recipe #504019

    1 Reviews |  By Ck2plz

    I love all the ingredients. This recipe is from recipeisland.com

    Recipe #504017

    This recipe is from Afri-Chef. It is noted that variation of chili bites actually comes from where on the Cape Peninsula the recipe originated. This is because the availability of spices varied by distance from the harbour. The types of flours and spices vary as do the amounts and type of chillis used. The water amount is at your discretion-See instructtions. tServings is roughly 30 bites.

    Recipe #503998

    2 Reviews |  By Ck2plz

    This one is from Allthingsnice

    Recipe #503639

    The ingredients sound deliciuos and refreshing. Out of the Moroccan Modern cook book.

    Recipe #505376

    2 Reviews |  By Ck2plz

    I thought this sounded good really good; a different kind of salad. Recipe comes from Morrocanfoods.blogspot.com

    Recipe #504102

    1 Reviews |  By Ck2plz

    This recipe is out of Moroccan Modern Cookbook. Use tossed through green summer salds with citrus fruits and walnuts, or your own combination of sald with fruits and nuts.

    Recipe #505493

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