Moroccan Couscous is a traditional Moroccan usually served on Fridays and big gathering. It truly is the ultimate crowd pleaser. I am honored to say that my dear mother cooked this couscous. I was just snapping pictures. And I am pleased to share it with you.
These Moroccan white beans are my kind of food. They are easy, healthy and absolutely delicious. They can be ready in under 30 minutes with very little effort and ingredients. Speaking of ingredient, the of cumin, garlic and tomatoes give these beans a lot of aroma and flavor.
Beef tagine with green beans is another one pot Moroccan dish that I would like to share with my readers. The preparation of this dish is very similar to the previous tagines I have posted before. You just cook the meat then add the desired vegetables. The only thing you have to adjust
Whenever my brother Amine visits, I like to make him a Moroccan dish. He came over a couple of weeks ago so he could go to the Chargers game with my husband Habib and my son Amir. It was a fun guys’ day out. I opted out and stayed home with the baby mainly because
Mrouzia, Moroccan Tagine with Raisins, Almonds, and Honey is an easy traditional Moroccan dish served mainly during the holidays and dinner parties. It is a dish that is made with lamb, but you can also make it beef.
I love to make these date and walnut energy bars and store them in the fridge for a quick and healthy snack. They are really easy to make, cost a lot less than the energy bars you buy at the store, and more importantly they don’t have any preservatives or added sweeteners.