Avocado soup – creamy and cold, the perfect summer soup


Soup, I think is a very underrated dish. To serve a soup is actually always right. I can not think of any moment that it would not fit. A lovely good cold soup in the summer is lovely. This avocado soup is fantastisc smooth, soft and tasty. If you have guests, I promise you they…

Piri Piri sauce from Portugal


This sauce can be found in Portugal in most homes and restaurants. Suitable for the most dishes. Piri piri sauce from Portugal 100 ml of olive oil Juice of ½ lemon 2 long red chillies, finely chopped 1 garlic clove, crushed Put everything in a blender and blend until you get a smooth sauce.

Moroccan vegetarian Tajine


Ask myself every time I make vegetarian food, why do I do it more often? It’s both nice against your wallet, animals and tasty. This one is a favorit here at home. Moroccan vegetarian tajine 300 ml of chickpea 1 chopped yellow onion 3 cloves garlic pressed 1 eggplant into cubes 0.5 zucchini into cubes…

Moroccan tzatziki


The fact is that I like to mix different countries’ food with each other. Simply borderless cooking and it works. Try as you shall see. Now in the summertime so’re cold sauces so good to have on food. Easy to prepare and enjoyed by all. So here I have taken the Greek tzatziki and mixed…

Here we go again with my best garlic tips


Figured since it’s summer, atleast here where I am, so I thought to a favorite tips in the replay. An easy way to have completed garlic ready in the fridge and just take out the amount you need, it’s so beautiful and the cooking goes a little faster. I take 2 whole garlic cloves and…

Olive chocolate – a pice of heaven


Ate a piece of heaven today! It had the shape of chocolate! amazing how chocolate can be good. Had looked at it a long time before I dared to sink your teeth into it. Chocolate with olive oil …. Could that be something? But, YES absolutely was there! Best chocolate I’ve ever tasted! Had the…

Moroccan Guacomole


The avocado is a vegetable that is often used in Morocco. Personally, I think it’s fun to do a little cross cooking now and then. Mix countries in the same dish. Here you have the Moroccan guacomole 2 mashed avocado 50 ml of yoghurt 1 clove garlic 0.5 tsp turmeric 1 teaspoon cumin 0.5 chopped…

White Tonka Smudge cake with cream cheese and raspberry


White Tonka Smudge cake with cream cheese and raspberry 2 eggs 200ml sugar 100g melted butter 175 ml flour ½ grated tonkabean 100 ml of raspberry 100 g of cream cheese Beat eggs and sugar until fluffy. Pour in the melted butter. Mix flour and tonka bean and mix it all together. Spread the batter…

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…