Moroccan Couscous

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.

Beef Tagine With Green Beans

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

Cauliflower Tagine

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

Moroccan Beef Tangia with Garlic and Preserved Lemons

Tangia is another clay Moroccan dish mostly found in Marrakech City.  Tangia dishes are slow cooked in the ashes from fire used to heat up the Moroccan bath house (Hammam).  They are usually prepared by men, mostly singles early in the morning so it can be ready by lunch time.  In Marrakech, Tangia is also served at weddings, […]

Beef Tajine with Artichoke Hearts and Green Peas

 Beef Tajine with Artichoke Hearts and Green Peas is my mom’s favorite Tajine. I remember her making it for us every time Artichokes were in season. In Morocco we always pick the vegetables for the Tajine based on what is available in season. Although I have to admit that I’d rather buy the frozen Artichoke hearts. I can’t […]

Moroccan Beef Tajine with Potatoes and Olives

Growing up, Moroccan Beef Tajine with Potatoes and Olives was one of my favorites. In fact it is a favorite for most Moroccans. The preserved lemons and green olives give the dish a unique citricy flavor.  The potatoes absorb a lot of flavor from the beef stock, which make them irresistible. So if you make […]

Grilled Moroccan Salmon

Just about every doctor or nutritionist you would talk to, would advice you to eat fish at least 2 times/week, and salmon is one of your best choices. For that reason I try to make salmon as often as I can and have many recipes for it.  Today however, I thought I’d share with you […]

Grilled Moroccan Chicken

This is an easy, yet a delicious grilled chicken recipe.  It has exotic flavors such as cumin to turmeric, which also makes it very healthy. In fact if you are on a diet, this will be a great chicken to have without having to worry about extra calories. So fire up your grill and have […]

Moroccan Chicken with Peas and Carrots

 This is the traditional Moroccan Chicken with Carrots and Green Peas. It is supposed to have to citrus flavor from the pickled lemons. I have also made the sweet version with cinnamon, you can  view the recipe here. Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 50 minutes Serves: 4 Ingredients: 2 lb of Chicken Thighs Bone in […]

Moroccan Green Peas & Edamame Stew

Green Peas and Edamame stew is a very common dish in Morocco.  The preserved lemon adds citrus flavor to the meat and vegetables. This one pot dish is great as a family dinner.   Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 1.5 – 2 Hrs           Ingredients 1 lb of Beef cubed […]

Moroccan Chicken with Carrots

The traditional Moroccan Chicken with carrots has olives and preserved lemons . You can check out the recipe here. But I like to pair cinnamon with carrots whenever I have a chance. So I came up with this recipe by changing a couple of ingredients, yet the dish still kept the rich Moroccan flavor. If […]

Moroccan Kebab

This is a the traditional recipe for the Moroccan Kebab, or kuftah.  In Morocco, the butcher usually prepare the Kuftah for you with all the herbs and spices, and you just have to grill it at home. But you can make your own at home, it’s not that difficult. For grilling I used skewers for Kebabs, but if […]