Morrocan Lamb

Morrocan Lamb by Bernard Dahilig

I love the savory and slow & low cooking process of Morrocan food and especially stews like this, How can you not love this dish over the balnd falvorless stews of its American counterpart - DUH! Give it a try and you be the judge. My first taste of Morrocan food about a dozen years ago and i was addicted to the flavors of the exotic…

1 vote
Orange & Black Olive Salad

Orange & Black Olive Salad by Amos Miller

A Moroccan favorite, as made by my friend, Chef Paula Wolfert, as found in one of my very favorite books 'Couscous and Other Good Food from Morocco'.

2 votes
sweet potato bhaji snack

sweet potato bhaji snack by Chez la mere

East African Courtesy Troth Wells Small Planet Small Plates

1 vote
Butternut Squash Chili

Butternut Squash Chili by Kyra Martin

The original recipe called this a Moroccan Butternut Squash Stew, and I'm sure was absolutely delicious they way they made it. I left out a few ingredients however and thought it was more of a chili. Either way, it was absolutely delicious!!!

1 vote
Casablanca Curried Chicken (Tagine)

Casablanca Curried Chicken (Tagine) by Salad Foodie

A healthy Moroccan thick stew or tagine to enjoy with rice, couscous or pita bread. Suit the degree of curry and hot pepper to your family’s taste. Lamb or beef can be subbed for chicken. Leftovers improve in flavor, and freeze well too.

1 vote
cold tomato cilantro soup

cold tomato cilantro soup by Chez la mere

Adapted from “Mediterranean Light,” by Martha Rose Shulman (Morrow, 2000) courtesy cook fight -- kim severson---ny times

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Moroccan Poached Pears with Prunes

Moroccan Poached Pears with Prunes by Amos Miller

Poached pears are always an elegant dessert, but this super simple recipe is simply the best! This easy prep dish can be made a couple of days ahead of service, and you guests will be totally blown away, as mine have been. My dear friend, Paula Wolfert was given this recipe by Chef Fatima Mountassamin of the restaurant Le…

1 vote
Sauteed Green Beans Recipe

Sauteed Green Beans Recipe by Jasper Sone

In the Philippines this dish is called ginisang Baguio beans, and its actually string beans or green beans that is sautéed. These healthy, rich in protein beans before different hybrids are formed, only grew in cooler weather conditions and in the Philippines, Baguio is the only place for that. However, nowadays it can be grown in…

1 vote
Miss Grace

Miss Grace by Grace Daklah

Hi this is my cooking and is nice. This is call banku and tilapia fish, Ghana best dish. You all are invited to eat. [email protected]

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Avocado Ritz

Avocado Ritz by karenrecipe

Avocado’s are a Famous in South African and are often used in starters and salads. This dish is very easy to cook and healthy too .

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Lentils & Vegetables ~ Moroccan Style

Lentils & Vegetables ~ Moroccan Style by Amos Miller

I began making this dish in the 1970s and it has evolved since then into a great Winter favorite. This will surprise you with both it's sweet, true vegetable flavors and just the right amount of seasoning. Served with a good bread, this will satisfy and nourish all the athletes and couch potatoes who look to you for a delicious…

3 votes
A Stupendous One Dish Wonder, Moroccan Chicken Stew

A Stupendous One Dish Wonder, Moroccan Chicken Stew by Skinny Kitchen with Nancy Fox

This sweet and savory stew is unbelievably easy to make, soooo delicious and ready in 35 minutes. It’s not only tasty, it’s nutritious and beautiful to look at. This exotic stew has a wonderful blend of flavors and spices including a hint of cinnamon. It’s served over whole wheat couscous. The skinny on one serving is 382 calories,…

2 votes
A Stupendous One Dish Wonder, Moroccan Chicken Stew

A Stupendous One Dish Wonder, Moroccan Chicken Stew by Skinny Kitchen with Nancy Fox

Unbelievably easy to make and soooo delicious. Ready to serve in 35 minutes. Not only tasty, it’s nutritious and beautiful to look at. Our tasters agreed this was one of the best dinners they’d had in a while. It has a wonderful blend of flavors and spices including a hint of cinnamon. We’re serving this sweet and savory stew over…

1 vote
Lamb Meatball and Fava Bean Tagine / Morocco

Lamb Meatball and Fava Bean Tagine / Morocco by Amos Miller

This is truly a hand-crafted meal - it takes time. I know that only the most devoted will make this. But it is nothing short of spectacular and was my favorite Spring dish. I'd eat it weekly. This is how I recall Mina made for me when I lived in Marrakech. I'm sharing it just because it is a personal favorite and, for guests,…

5 votes
Cucumber & Tomato Condiment

Cucumber & Tomato Condiment by Amos Miller

This is a very finely-minced salad-condiment commonly found in the northern mountains of Morocco. It is eaten with roast meats and substantial meat dishes. Most Moroccan salads benefit from a bit of quiet time so the flavors can integrate and the aromas build. This is very tasty as a topping for hamburgers, and can even be a dip,…

4 votes