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…

Bissara – Moroccon flava bean soup


Wonderful soup from Morocco, actually one of my favorites. It heats so well in the winter and you will be satisfied for long. Does not cost much to make but tastes amazing! And I promise you that you will love this soup!  This soup shows that good food dont have to cost much. Bissara-Moroccon flava…

Moroccan mussels


For dinner today became the Moroccan mussels. Obviously, as with cultured mussels that do not come directly from the sea the same as you get down there in Morocco. But you have to make the best of it. It sure looks good out? I like it anyway. Moroccan mussels 1 kg fresh mussels 1 chopped…

Konafa with almond and sultans – The best cheesecake in the world


Konafa are among the tastiest available. It’s a furry cheesecake easily explained. The classic is without almonds and raisins but because I really like them both, I had it in this time. Konafa 1 package Konafa dough syrup: 450ml sugar 250 ml water filling: 150g melted butter 1 tablespoon rose water 300ml cream 250ml milk…

Raz el Hanout Chicken – A Moroccon dish


This casserole is really Morocco. When you cook it, so you’ll fly away on a magic carpet and end up in the square in Marrakech. Raz el Hanout = Spice merchant’s head, is a spice mixture which contains up to 30 different spices. Each spice merchant has their own mix and there is not a…

Moroccon Chermoula Chicken tajine


A wonderful dish that is not difficult to make but tastes fantastic. Usually do it often because it has both coriander and garlic, two of my favorites. 3 pieces of chicken without skin 0.5 tsp turmeric 2 tablespoons Chermoula 4 medium potatoes cut into wedges salt and pepper Brush on Chermoula on the chicken and…

Chermoula – Moroccon sauce


Chermoula is a key element of Moroccan cooking. It is incredibly useful to everything. I often make a larger batch and store in the refrigerator where it will stay for long. Great for example Salmon, potatoes. vegetables etc. Chermoula 50ml chopped coriander 100ml chopped parsley 1 chili 2 garlic cloves 1 teaspoon cumin 1 tsp…

Nice way to preserve oranges, limes and lemons


It feels like Im getting a flu. Nothing I really want or do anything about it. Do you have any tips how to cure flu , so please tell me, do I want to know. Now of course Citrus cheap. Anyway here where I live. So I take the opportunity to add some for future…

Genuine Moroccan Fish Tajine (Tagine)


This is one of my absolute favorite fish dishes. For it is simply amazing! It takes me back to Morocco’s beaches, where the Mediterranean wraps and a slight breeze from the Atlas mountains a nice evening to sit and eat this dish. The spices together with the garlic and the fish cooked in tajine enables…

Chicken Tagine with Long Pepper and fruits


Continuing with my journey of discovery and are now invited to go along on the trip. The plates were empty so I’ll take that as a good rating. Chicken tagine with Long Pepper and Dried Fruit 4 pieces of skinless chicken ½ bag of dried, soaked fruit 2 Long Pepper 100 ml water salt oil…

Zatáar – Arabic spice mix


Zatáar is a very common spice mixture all over the Middle East and North Africa. Perfect for chicken, pizza, the bread, etc. 3 tablespoons dried oregano 2 tablespoons dried thyme 3 tablespoons sumack 1 teaspoon salt 75 ml toasted sesame seeds Just to mix and store airtight until ready for use.

Muhalabiyya – Arabian Milkpudding with roses


Muhalabiyya is a common Arabic dessert across the Middle East and North Africa. This silky, smooth dessert that is reminiscent of an oriental rose garden is stunning. With this dessert as you travel the road on a magic carpet. l000 ml whole milk (3%) 200ml sugar 3 tbsp corn flour 3 tablespoons flour a small…