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…

Moroccan Hoummus with Raz el Hanout and saffron


Lunch, I think many times, the most difficult meal to come on what to eat. It is not always willing or able to eat leftovers from yesterday’s dinner. Today was such a day for me. And to go shopping was not in my planning because I want to try to empty my food storage. Which…

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…

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…

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…

Baba Ganoush – Middle Eastern aubergine dip


Love to eat this dish with a good bread and good olive oil curled over. Yum! The roasted eggplant gives a lovely flavor to the dish. Baba Ganoush 2 aubergines 1 tbsp tahini (sesame paste) The juice from ½ lemon 0.5 tsp ground cumin 0.25 tsp sumac 1 piece garlic clove 2 tablespoons olive oil…

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…

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…

Lemon Tzatziki with mint


Today went food trip to Greece. Here’s a variation on Tzatziki as I do often. Perfect with fish or sea food. Would recall the contest can be found here Contest, the first of many at DinnerBank. Do not forget to reblog the recipe from here, write a message and then allow it to remain at…

Harissa – Morocco chili sauce


This sauce will make you take off and fly away on a magic carpet. You hear the music play down at the Jemaa el-Fna in Marrakech and you just fly, fly away. Once you have tasted this sauce, I’m sure you will be as solid for the way I am. There is probably nothing that…