Moroccan food can be pungent and spicy. But in this recipe, the spices infuse the lamb as it cooks gently over indirect heat. A perfect and authentic accompaniment would be couscous with golden raisins. From Weber's Art of the Grill, one of my favorite grilling cookbooks.
PREP TIME DOES NOT INCLUDE 1 HOUR MARINATING TIME
This is an easy and flavorful fish dish that uses harissa, a spicy North African condiment. There is another similar recipe posted, but this one has a few added ingredients that might really change up the flavor. This is good served over couscous.
This is a wonderfully spiced and filling soup. Mmmmm, wish we had a winter around here... This is North African comfort food at it's best. Serve with toasted pita or Morrocan flat bread drizzled with a bit of good quality olive oil. If you're not crazy about cloves, like my DH, you can reduce to 1/4 tsp and adjust from there.
This is a North African version of trout in foil packets. The spices, combined with the dates and rice, are a wonderful combo and the aroma is divine! This is also good if you use banana leaves to wrap the trout. The leaves give it a slightly different flavor, but it works. Try a side of Saffron Rice (my recipe #502997) but use almonds in place of the pistachios.
Not many people know this, but Okra is a vegetable native to Africa and later introduced to the Middle East and Arabian countries by the slave traders. Lots of people are wary of okra because of the texture and "slime", factor, but you can minimize this by keeping okra whole and not overcooking it. I love okra!!!
Ever since visiting Morocco as a teen, I've had a craving for this awesome condiment. This is a wonderful version and it tastes pretty darned authentic! It is delicious with tagines and couscous, or can be added to salad dressings, marinades and pasta sauces. From "The Essential Mediterranean" cookbook.
Sweet and crunchy - and looks great on the plate, too! A sweet ending to a Moroccan meal! You can use butter in place of the oils, but watch carefully to prevent burning. It will also alter the taste considerably.
Like little fritters with a delicious honey-orange syrup glaze. The dough reminds me a lot of Mexican churros, except for the orange flavor. Yum! Preparation time does NOT include 1 hour of standing time.
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