Salmon in tajin – Moroccan salmonj


Tajin is a cooking technique that goes back many hundreds of years. Still used a lot in Moroccan kitchens. It’s very understandable it’s still being used in today’s kitchens. The shape of the lid makes the steam drops over the food when it’s cooking. So it’s always juicy and don’t need any work from your…

Baba ganosh – best dipp ever


This dip or sauce Baba ganoush it one of the very best in the world, I think. Just click on the link and you find the recipe to this amazing dish In many places in Middle East, this dish is served every day. Lovely to fill a newly baked Pita bread with falafel and baba…

Raz el Hanout soup


Now that autumn and the cold comes, it´s for sure cozy with a good, warm, flavorful soup? Here comes one of my favorite soups. A good warming soup that is kind to both the wallet and the waistline, but rich on flavorus Raz electricity Hanout soup 200 m of red lentils 0.5 grated garlic clove 1…

Avocado juice with dates – a part of Ramadan


  The juice is of course good all the year. Especially hot hot summer days when you can not manage to eat much. Avocado juice with dates 2 peeled avocados 2 tablespoons sugar 400 ml of cold milk dates Mix everything except the dates. Look up in the glass and kept cold until ready to…

Gribia – cookies from Morocco. The best in the world!


This recipe comes directly Morocco. I promise you, they will melt in your mouth when you eat them. They are absolutely amazing! Here it is more than hot and they can not be bothered to stand for very long in the kitchen. But since I am invited for dinner so I had to bring me…

Abisha – Ethiopian Meat Sauce


I love to travel my pots and pans. They take me to faraway destinations and recreating old memories. Here is a recipe for a favorite dish I often make this at home. And is perfect to be served with Injera, the recipe is just before this. Abisha – Ethiopian Meat Sauce 400g beef mince 2…

Injera – Ethiopian sourdough pancake


These pancakes or bread eaten along with the food instead of potatoes or rice. Thanks they are of sourdough to get the pancakes a lovely flavor. Injera – Ethiopian sourdough pancake 1000 ml plain flour 500 ml barley flour 25 g yeast 1 000 ml tepid water (Day 1) 200 ml of cold and 150-200…

Chin Chin – Cookies from Cameroon


This cake or snack if you want it, is common practice in central Africa. This recipe comes from Cameroon and very commond when its hollidays, Christmas etc. Very simple and incredibly tasty. The only thing is that it’s hard to stop eating them before they run out. 🙂 Chin Chin – from Cameroon 500g plain…

Cassava cake with Tonka bean


It’s really fun when you have used the same ingredient in many, many years in the same way but then I get the chance to discover it anew through a brand new recipe. I have a friend from Africa who have eaten Cassava all her life with food. Many, many times… But for the first…

Fresh clams on the Moroccan way


I found a hole bunch of cheap and wild mussels. Which is rare where I live, belive me.  The tastiest mussels I’ve always eaten on my travels. Especially those that are cooked in small carts, type hot dogs carts out of nowhere type. Middle of the night so the food one could find, then, was…

Coffee Chicken from Kenya


Some food memories stay with a longer than others. This is one such. And I promise, you invite guests on it, so they can never guess what you spiced up with. And they will ask for the recipe before they go home. Chicken and coffee match very well together. This time I added beans and…

Cassava cake – the top of all cakes or puddings


I hit the jackpot! Hole in one! Bullseyes! I just love to try new and unknown to me things when it comes to cooking. It could as well not go so terribly wrong really is not it, as long as you survive? Now, hit the jackpot! Of the 10 points possible, to get this cake…