Video recipes : Sweet Moroccan vegetables starters fresh & easy

Hey what is up guys, Happy ramadan to all of you and back again with some salads ideas hope you enjoyed watching, and you liked the ideas, comment down bellow what recipe we should make next, here’s the recipes bellow : Pumpkin mash Starter Ingredients : – ½ Kg Pumpkin – Salt, sugar, cinnamon, turmeric […]

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We lunched Moroccan Workshop

You do think you’re not an artisan? or especially if you do not not have the opportunity to try to be. This reflection was the trigger for “Moroccan WorkShop” concept, a platform offering tourists and local visitors of ancestral cities and historic regions of the Kingdom of Morocco, a set of collaborative workshops and participatory activities. […]

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A little tour of what you can eat in Morocco

Moroccan cuisine is famous for the Tagine and the Couscous. For sure these two recipes are delicious, but Moroccan food is much more than just that. It is a feast of flavors. To talk about Moroccan cuisine, it is necessary to devote books to it in order to know it better, in addition it is […]

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Video recipes : Fresh & healthy fruit Juices Avocado shake “Zaâzaâ”

Fresh & healthy fruit Juices Avocado shake “Zaâzaâ” and a surprise Back again with another quick and healthy avocado shake mixed with some dry fruits almonds walnuts dates and raisins, and another fresh orange based juice with some seasonal fruits … drinking juice is very popular here in morocco, as a street food or at […]

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Moroccan History TimeLine

MOROCCAN FOOD TOUR -History TimeLine- -2000: The first Amazigh King: 03 peoples and regions in North Africa. Moors (Morocco) Numides (Algeria, Tunisia, North Libya) Gétules (Sahara).  -1000: Phoenicians arrived: Language and religion Metals, New plants and spices. Trading hubs. Mauretania Foundation (4th century BC).  -500: Jewish Exile: Destruction of the Temple of Jerusalem by Babylon. […]

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Video recipes : Bissara Broad Beans / Green peas Soup

This a very simple soup made out of dry fava beans / broad beans or green peas it’s named Bissara and this is the traditional recipe : Bissara Broad Beans / Green peas Soup Ingredients : 1 Cup Dried beans 4 Cups Water Salt, garlic and olive oil, sweet smoked paprika and chili powder if […]

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Video recipes : Moroccan Vegetarian Starters

As in our culture our meals are three courses menu the starters, the main dish and the desert … the starters can be a various choice of fresh or cooked salad in many restaurants you will find more than 8 choices of starters, Most of them are Vegetarian / Vegan dishes the most common ones […]

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Video recipes : Harcha the easiest Moroccan Bread

Hope you enjoyed this very simple classic Moroccan recipe Harcha the easiest Moroccan Bread that you can make at Home Harcha Which means in Darija the moroccan dialect “the Rough one”, and the name is for it’s sandy texture referring to the grainy semolina we made the gallettes with. In the traditions this bread was […]

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Video recipes : Moroccan Dessert Jawhara & another surprise

Hope you enjoyed this very simple classic Moroccan recipe Moroccan Dessert Jawhara & another surprise Dessert #1: Jawhara Fried phyllo dough with cream and fruits Ingredients :  ½ litter Whole Milk 1 tablespoon of whole Butter 2 tablespoons of Cornstarch Sugar vanilla & orange blossom water Strawberries, mango & kiwis those are the ones used […]

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Video Recipes : Moroccan Beef Meatballs Tajine “2 ways”

Hope you enjoyed this very simple classic Moroccan recipe BEEF MEATBALLS TAGINE WITH TOMATO SAUCE Ingredients : 250G Ground beef. 4 Average size tomatoes. Spices : Salt, Black pepper, Cumin, Sweet smoked paprika, Parsley and coriander, olive oil, garlic. Method : We mix the spices into the ground beef first to emphasis on those flavors, […]

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