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couscous with meat and vegetables

Couscous with Vegetables

kofta tajine, kefta tagine, moroccan cuisine

Meatballs and Eggs

Traditional Moroccan dish with meat and peas

Lamb Tagine With Peas

lamb-tagine-carrot

Chicken With Carrot

Moroccan Harcha, Semolina Pan-Fried Flatbread

Moroccan Harcha, Semolina Bread

Fresh baked Moroccan square pancakes called Rghaif or Msemen with butter and jam

Moroccan Pancakes, Msemen

Almand,-corne-de-gazelle-

Kaab El Ghazal

Moroccan beghrir pancakes with butter and honey

Semolina Pancakes, Beghrir

Zaalouk - Moroccan Aubergine Salad

Zaalouk-Aubergine Salad

Moroccan Tomato Salad a Popular Dish in Morocco

Tomato Salad

Traditional moroccan potato salad

Potato Salad

Carrot salad

Carrot Salad

Vegetable soup with dipping bread on the side

Vegetable Soup

Lentils Soup

Lentils Soup

Bisara Soup In A ball

Broad Bean Soup

Moroccan harira soup with coriander

Harira Soup

Chebakia honey cookies with sesame seeds in a metal bowl

Chebakia –Sesame and Honey Cookies

Plate of Moroccan Butter Biscuits

Ghriba Bahla – Moroccan Traditional Cookie

Almand,-corne-de-gazelle-

Kaab El Ghazal

Sable with jam

Sable With Jam

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  • Argan oil and seeds

    Argan Oil

    Argan oil is the most expensive oil in the world, the Argan tree in which the oil is produced from is located in the south of Morocco near Agadir. It is considered to be one of the rarest species of trees in the world; Morocco is one of the only places in the world where these trees are found and grown to create the richness that is Argan oil. Many have tried to grow these tree seeing the wonders it... More

  • Presereved-Lemon

    Preserved Lemon

    Preserved lemon is used throughout Morocco, adding flavour to a variety of dishes such as salads, sauces and tagines. How to make Preserved Lemon: Depending on how many lemons you use or how many will fit in the jar. Slice the lemons into quarters leaving about two inches at both ends, then squeeze each split open adding a generous amount of salt into each opening. Once this is done, put the lemon back into its original shape. Do the same... More

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  • What an amazing find after my recent trip to Morocco to be able to recreate the fabulous food and relive the memory of the holiday with the amazing recipes. A little bit of Morocco in Clapham

    ~John Davies~, ~England~

  • This is such a great resource! I’ve recently got into cooking and love Moroccan food; this has given me so many ideas. What really helps is the beautiful photography of finished dishes so I know what to aim for!

    ~Cat Chambers~ , ~Hertfordshire, England~

  • Myself being a Swedish woman married to a Moroccan man means there are big cultural differences… especially the food. I myself  particularly don’t really like cooking, I prefer quick and easy meals but my husband is the complete opposite. This... More

    ~Ester Karlsson Mehdi~, ~Sweden~

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