This is a vegetarian version of Harira, a traditional Moroccan soup made with chickpeas. This version has only vegetables, spices, and a little olive oil. It makes a lot, but could easily be halved, or freeze half for another day!
These kebabs are baked in the oven, but could easily be thrown on your grill if you prefer. They are made with pork loin, eggplant, and onions. The recipe is based on one that appeared in "Real Simple" magazine.
This is a spice mix used in North Africa. Goes great on any meat that you would like to grill or roast. Also, mix 1 teaspoon spice with 1 cup yogurt and 1 minced clove of garlic to serve with roasted meat.
This recipe makes an exotic, ethnic recipe (at least for Americans) easy to prepare at home without "special" ingredients or equipment. This recipe can be prepare through step 9, cooled, and refrigerated for up to 2 days, then warm the chicken and proceed with the recipe. Serve with couscous.
This is a Morroccan recipe for homemade almond butter. Making it yourself lets you control the sodium and oil content. Store in an airtight container for use in place of peanut butter for a change of pace.
A wonderful soup from Morocco that is rich enough to serve as both a soup and a stew. It is made either with Saffron or Tumeric. I broke down and splurged on the Saffron. It cost about $16.00 for a small jar. But guess what, you don't use very much at all. It is not as expensive as you thing, since you only use a couple of strands per recipe. So, live a little.