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Fried Rice Bowl from Madagascar

Fried Rice Bowl from Madagascar by Rachael Johnson

Everyone loves fried rice, and its very popular in Madagascar.

1 vote
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Tilapia Broiled Egyptian Style

Tilapia Broiled Egyptian Style by John Spottiswood

We adopted this recipe from our Egyptian babysitter in San Francisco named Hoda. We came to her house once to pick up our son and were greeted by the most amazing smell! She invited us to take a bite of the tilapia she had cooked. We were smitten. It was the first broiled, then soaked, recipe we had tasted, and it is still one of…

4 votes
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Leg of Lamb with Moroccan Seasonings

Leg of Lamb with Moroccan Seasonings by John Spottiswood

This was a wonderful leg of lamb that I cooked for a Holiday gathering this year. I took a base recipe for Moroccan Roast Lamb from one of my favorite cookbooks - Recipes from Morocco by Sufo. I then added roast potatoes and created a gravy from the drippings. It couldn't have come out much better. Everyone raved about it. I used…

8 votes
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Side order of sliced fruit and watermelon

Side order of sliced fruit and watermelon by CHEF ASHRAF ABD ALEEM ELKHARBOTLY

Side order of sliced fruit and watermelon

1 vote
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Grilled Chicken with Red Pepper Harissa

Grilled Chicken with Red Pepper Harissa by Robyn Savoie

Harissa is spicy condiment from Tunisia. It’s loaded with flavor, but very low in fat and calories, making it a perfect accompaniment to healthful meals.

1 vote
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Red Pepper Harissa

Red Pepper Harissa by Robyn Savoie

Harissa is spicy condiment from Tunisia. It’s loaded with flavor, but very low in fat and calories, making it a perfect accompaniment to healthful meals.

1 vote
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Moroccan Broiled Fish Skewers or Fillets

Moroccan Broiled Fish Skewers or Fillets by John Spottiswood

This is a tasty Moroccan dish that you are sure to love. Serve it over salad, cous cous, bulgar pilaf, or white or brown rice. We've used thick white fish but also thinner fish like catfish or tilapia when they are more reasonable. You can't skewer them, but you can broil the whole fillet (see picture). It also works with salmon…

3 votes
4580 views
Moroccan Chicken

Moroccan Chicken by Baking Barrister

Quick & easy flavorful chicken dish with zucchini, tomatoes & eggplant.

2 votes
3873 views
Fresh chili paste

Fresh chili paste by CHEF ASHRAF ABD ALEEM ELKHARBOTLY

Fresh chili paste

1 vote
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Moroccan Tomato & Green Pepper Salad

Moroccan Tomato & Green Pepper Salad by Amos Miller

Time to put those Preserved Lemons to work in the kitchen - they've been developing their totally unique and exciting flavor profile for at least a month now. This is one of my absolute favorite salads, and never fails to amaze and delight, whether I serve it as part of a Moroccan dinner, take it to a summer picnic, or spoon it over…

3 votes
7266 views
CHOCOLATE –CHOCOLATE

CHOCOLATE –CHOCOLATE by CHEF ASHRAF ABD ALEEM ELKHARBOTLY

CHOCOLATE –CHOCOLATE

1 vote
2007 views
FELAFEL SANDWICH (Middle Eastern Fritters)

FELAFEL SANDWICH (Middle Eastern Fritters) by MARIA LOURDES V. LIPARDO-AYUB

This is one of my favorite "street foods" in the Middle East. It is originated in Egypt as a snack. Here is my version of felafel recipe...

1 vote
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Vanilla Cupcakes with White Mousse and Candied Strawberries

Vanilla Cupcakes with White Mousse and Candied Strawberries by Nina Timm

A delightfully easy cupcake recipe with an even easier topping. Totally irresistable by young and old!!

1 vote
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Egyptian Edamame Stew

Egyptian Edamame Stew by RecipeKing

Egyptian Edamame Stew is a spicy take on the traditional Egyptian classic "ful medames". This recipe uses Edamame which is fresh green soybeans. It is found in the frozen section of most large supermarkets. It comes packaged both (in the shell) and shelled. You will need the shelled variety for this recipe. Total recipe time is just…

1 vote
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Mustard seed cucumbers

Mustard seed cucumbers by Doris Samson

This is a novel way of making pickled cucumbers. The recipe originates in Germany where it is called Senfgurken.

1 vote
2078 views