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.
Baby Arian loves banana nut bread. So I challenged myself to make him a healthy version so I won’t feel guilty feeding it to him. I came up with what I call a skinny banana nut bread. It is sugar free, fat free, and gluten free bread. It can’t
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
Moroccan potato pancakes are also called “maakouda”. They are usually served as an appetizer or side dish. We like to serve them with fish or kebabs. They also taste great by themselves as a snack with some plain yogurt or wrapped in lettuce.
This chocolate yogurt is a great alternative to ice cream if you are on a diet. You could also serve it as a dip with fruit for dessert or an afternoon snack. It practically takes 5 minutes to prepare and can last a few days in the fridge. If you love chocolate as much as
Ahh, there is nothing better than coming home at the end of a very busy day to find a delicious stew on your kitchen counter-top. That is what the crock pot can do for you. It is a great tool to have in the kitchen especially for busy and working moms.
In this post I will show you how to blanch almonds. It’s really not that big of a deal. You just need time and a few extra hands. Speaking of extra hands, this can actually make a fun activity for the kids. You just have to makes sure the almonds are not hot. 🙂
This Moroccan chicken with potatoes and broccoli is one of those easy, healthy, quick, and delicious one pot meals I like to make on busy weeknights. It can be ready in less than an hour and doesn’t take much effort.
When you go to the grocery store this time of the year, you’ll find all kind of baking ingredients laying around the store. From sugar cookie mix to baking sodas, flour, pumpkin spice and of course chocolate chips. When I was grocery shopping the other day, I ended up a bunch of chocolate chip bags. […]
I had been using store bought pomegranate molasses for years to make Fesenjan and just recently I noticed a salad dressing recipe on the bottle. So I thought it would be great to make a winter salad using pomegranate molasses and fresh winter fruits, and that’s how this salad was born. 🙂
My husband introduced me to Fesenjan, a Persian chicken stew with walnut and pomegranate sauce when we just met and I fail in love with it. I started making it shortly after. It took me a couple of years of practice to get it just right. Here I am almost 13 years later, sharing it […]
This Mahi-Mahi with Dijon mustard recipe is a very easy and quick. It’s also super delicious. Dijon mustard is one of my favorite condiment/ingredient. It has just the right amount of spice and tardiness, which makes the perfect marinate for fish
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
I found this old German honey cookies recipe on allrecipes.com a couple of months ago and made them a few times already. They are super easy to make and don’t require any special tools. I was surprised on how soft, chewy and