Khobz – bread from Morocco


Since bread is a very important aspect of a dinner in Morocco , not only to be eaten also to be using the bread instead of a knife and fork . Therefore it is particularly important to have a little crispier surface , in order to take up the tagine or couscous with the bread….

Moroccan Orange and olive salad


This is a common salad in Morocco. The combination may seem strange works great. Strong, sweet and salty at the same time. Yum 🙂 Moroccan Orange and Olive Salad 2 oranges 2 tablespoons orange-olive oil 0.5 tsp cumin 0.5 tsp Harissa 1 teaspoon chopped parsley 10 chopped black olives A few slices of thinly sliced…

Cous Cous – how to make it the real North African way


When I am traveling , so I always try to get behind the scenes in the kitchen in the country that I visit. Immigrants and guests visiting the center will always be questioned by me about their food. Oh how much we can learn from each other , only one dares question. You are never…

Begrir – Moroccan pancakes with thousand holes


These Moroccan pancakes sold everywhere among the streets. The holes formed of honey sucked up extra good and it will be amazing good. The more holes formed, dessto better cook’s husband. They also called for the 1000 hole cakes. And yes they’ll just baked on one side. Begrir 375 ml of semolina 200 ml flour…

Zaalouk – Moroccan aubergine salad


Zaalouk – Moroccan eggplant salad We eat it often here at home instead of another food. Incredibly good, cheap and useful. Very common lunch dish in Morocco. Eaten any time just with white bread tex pita. 2 aubergines into cubes 1 medium yellow onion 1 red bell pepper 200 grams of chopped tomatoes 1 large…

Moroccon Hummus – the best one in the world


My favorite hummus clearly. It tastes in a completely different way than the usual hummus because it contains no Tahini and have saffron instead. Oh how hungry and craving I was now. Moroccan Hummus 1 finely chopped onion 1 can of rinsed chickpeas 1 pinch saffron 1 tablespoon parsley 0.5 tsp coriander 0.25 teaspoon cumin…

B´stilla – Chicken pie from Morocco


This dish is often served at weddings and parties. almond stir 200 grams almonds, blanched , peeled and finely chopped 1 tablespoon oil 0.5 tsp cinnamon 2 tablespoons honey chicken 0.5 cups of butter, melted 1 pc onion, chopped 2 chicken fillets , diced 0.5 tsp black pepper, ground 0.5 grams of saffron 0.5 tsp…

Moroccan Machboos


Do this , it will become your new favorite . Do not be afraid of the number of ingredients or do not skip any . They make a difference. By the way did you know that Machboos mean jail in Arabic ? 😉 Moroccan Machboos 2 chicken fillets cut into pieces 1 tsp cardamom 1…

Moroccan Machboos


If you ask me which country has the best food I answer without hesitation Morocco. I’ve traveled around a lot and when I travel so obvious so I just eat where the locals eat . No one else, because they know where it is the most delicious food and at good prices. The so-called tourist…

Meskouta – Moroccan yoghurt cake, the best one


In my opinion this Meskouta the tastiest in the world! One of Morocco’s most delicious cakes! So here’s how a friends mother makes this cake. But there are so different variations on this. Meskouta juice of 1 lemon 3 chopped dates 3 tablespoons candied lemon peel 3 eggs 120g yogurt 1 1/2 cup Sugar 2…

North African tomato sauce


This sauce goes with everything. Its so easy and tasty. North african tomatoe sauce 5 peeled tomatoes into chunks 1 chopped yellow onion 2 crushed garlic cloves 1 tsp hot paprika 1 teaspoon cumin 0.5 tsp turmeric 1 tbsp chopped coriander 1 tablespoon chopped parsley water oil Saute the onion soft, add the garlic and…

Grilled chicken livers in Arabic – Moroccan way


Chicken liver is really an underrated part of the chicken. It does not taste much alive and with this recipe, so you will notice it too.  Love to eat this when I’m there and traveling. Whatever you do, do not miss to eat this when you are in the area or try it yourself. Grilled chicken…