________MOROCCAN CUISINES_______

Sallam!
Moroccans are famous for their interesting and tasty food. Moroccan cuisine is particularly unique because it has Arab, Berber, Spanish, French, & a very Mediterranean influence.
This blog is dedicated to all the
delicious, mouth-watering
Moroccan food!
None of these pictures are mine (unless stated otherwise) and I will try to credit the pictures to their proper sites!
Enjoy! :)
~ Friday, May 18 ~
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Moroccan Beef Tajine with Potatoes 

Moroccan Beef Tajine with Potatoes 


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Lamb Mrouzia


Mrouzia  is one of the most important dishes of the Moroccan cuisine. It is a sweeten-salted tajine (a stew) with sweetened flavours of honey, cinnamonand almonds balanced by spices of the Ras el hanout blend of spices.
This tajine is one of the traditional dishes of the Eid al-Adha Muslim festival (Festival of Sacrifice). It is thus often made of lamb sacrificed at the time of the ritual of the festival.
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Lamb Mrouzia

Mrouzia  is one of the most important dishes of the Moroccan cuisine. It is a sweeten-salted tajine (a stew) with sweetened flavours of honeycinnamonand almonds balanced by spices of the Ras el hanout blend of spices.

This tajine is one of the traditional dishes of the Eid al-Adha Muslim festival (Festival of Sacrifice). It is thus often made of lamb sacrificed at the time of the ritual of the festival.

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Morrocan Snapper Kefta


Street food is something a traveler can not just walk past.  Usually the smell is wafting through the air on approaching a street vendor.  These fish balls are found on the streets of coastal Morocco.  They go great with a spiced mayonnaise and a good squeeze of lemon.  Served up along with some salad.
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Morrocan Snapper Kefta


Street food is something a traveler can not just walk past.  Usually the smell is wafting through the air on approaching a street vendor.  These fish balls are found on the streets of coastal Morocco.  They go great with a spiced mayonnaise and a good squeeze of lemon.  Served up along with some salad.


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Moroccan Fish Tajine

Fish, potatoes, tomatoes and roasted peppers are layered in this classic Moroccan mqualli tagine. Mqualliis a term which refers to sauces made with ginger, saffron and oil. Chermoula, olives and preserved lemons add zest and flavor.
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Moroccan Fish Tajine

Fish, potatoes, tomatoes and roasted peppers are layered in this classic Moroccan mqualli tagine. Mqualliis a term which refers to sauces made with ginger, saffron and oil. Chermoula, olives and preserved lemons add zest and flavor.

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Moroccan Fried Sardines stuffed with Charmoula

This popular Moroccan Fried Stuffed Sardine recipe uses chermoula, a spicy marinade made from coriander, paprika, cumin and hot pepper.
Double fillets of sardine are stuffed with the marinade before being dredged in flour and pan-fried.This popular Moroccan Fried Stuffed Sardine recipe uses chermoula, a spicy marinade made from coriander, paprika, cumin and hot pepper.
Double fillets of sardine are stuffed with the marinade before being dredged in flour and pan-fried.
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Moroccan Fried Sardines stuffed with Charmoula

This popular Moroccan Fried Stuffed Sardine recipe uses chermoula, a spicy marinade made from coriander, paprika, cumin and hot pepper.

Double fillets of sardine are stuffed with the marinade before being dredged in flour and pan-fried.This popular Moroccan Fried Stuffed Sardine recipe uses chermoula, a spicy marinade made from coriander, paprika, cumin and hot pepper.

Double fillets of sardine are stuffed with the marinade before being dredged in flour and pan-fried.

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Shrimp Tajine with Mushrooms
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Shrimp Tajine with Mushrooms

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delicious Moroccan pastries

delicious Moroccan pastries


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~ Sunday, May 13 ~
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Taktouka - Moroccan Cooked Tomato and Green Pepper Salad  
 This zesty tomato and green pepper salad is known as taktouka in some parts of Morocco. 
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Taktouka - Moroccan Cooked Tomato and Green Pepper Salad  

 This zesty tomato and green pepper salad is known as taktouka in some parts of Morocco.

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Moroccan Kufta tajine with peas

Moroccan Kufta tajine with peas


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Moroccan Salads (starting course)
Carrots, Beets, Tomatoes/Cucumbers, Rice/Corn (with dressing)

Moroccan Salads (starting course)

Carrots, Beets, Tomatoes/Cucumbers, Rice/Corn (with dressing)


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Moroccan Split Pea Bessara
The word bessara refers not only to this Moroccan Split Pea Soup recipe, but also to a tasty Moroccan Fava Bean Dip. In this version of bessara, split peas are simmered in broth with onions, garlic, paprika and cumin before being pureed. Add cayenne pepper to taste.
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Moroccan Split Pea Bessara

The word bessara refers not only to this Moroccan Split Pea Soup recipe, but also to a tasty Moroccan Fava Bean Dip. In this version of bessara, split peas are simmered in broth with onions, garlic, paprika and cumin before being pureed. Add cayenne pepper to taste.

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Herbel(sometimes called Hessouwa) is a sweetened porridge-like soup which is popular for breakfast, particularly on Eid. Wheat berries (wheat kernels) are cooked until tender in salted water and then simmered a second time with milk, butter and sugar. Mildly flavored but very satisfying, herbel may optionally be garnished withorange flower water, honey and additional butter.
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Herbel(sometimes called Hessouwa) is a sweetened porridge-like soup which is popular for breakfast, particularly on Eid. Wheat berries (wheat kernels) are cooked until tender in salted water and then simmered a second time with milk, butter and sugar. Mildly flavored but very satisfying, herbel may optionally be garnished withorange flower water, honey and additional butter.

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~ Saturday, May 12 ~
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Harcha (or harsha) is a Moroccan pan-fried bread made from semolina flour. Although it looks a bit like an English muffin, it’s more like cornbread in texture and taste. Recipes for harcha vary from family to family. 
Offer harcha for tea time or breakfast; they’re best served warm with jam, cheese or syrup made from melted butter and honey.
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Harcha (or harsha) is a Moroccan pan-fried bread made from semolina flour. Although it looks a bit like an English muffin, it’s more like cornbread in texture and taste. Recipes for harcha vary from family to family. 

Offer harcha for tea time or breakfast; they’re best served warm with jam, cheese or syrup made from melted butter and honey.

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Briwat: delicious moroccan sweets dipped in honey - made with a delicate dough and filled with almonds or walnut paste.
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Briwat: delicious moroccan sweets dipped in honey - made with a delicate dough and filled with almonds or walnut paste.

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