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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
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Barbecued Lamb Moroccan Style

Barbecued Lamb Moroccan Style by John Spottiswood

This is a traditional northern african recipe called Mechouie. It's normally done with a whole lamb, but I BBQ a boneless leg of lamb butterflied

5 votes
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Jamaican "Beef" Patties

Jamaican "Beef" Patties by Kiki Thompson

Coming from a Jamaican background, many times my palate craves the blended flavors of curry. So I veganized one of my favorite treats, Jamaican Beef Patties. These are kind of similar to Mexican empinadas, but spicy I was kind of skeptical at first, but you can not tell the difference…it’s all about the seasoning when it comes down…

2 votes
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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
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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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Mangoob or Mangoub (Moroccan Fava Bean Salad)

Mangoob or Mangoub (Moroccan Fava Bean Salad) by mamatkamal

This is one of the most popular Moroccan salad called Mangoob, and it is mostly served as a side dish, and usually accompanies fish tagines, or fried fish, along with some nice home-made bread. It's a combination of fava beans, garlic, parsley/coriander, and cumin in a rich fresh tomato sauce with a touch of lemon. Absolutely…

1 vote
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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
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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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Moroccan Preserved Lemons

Moroccan Preserved Lemons by Amos Miller

Moroccan preserved lemons are an absolute necessity to complete dishes from salads to tagines (stews). Extremely easy to make, adding a unique flavor and texture to the dish, I have kept preserved lemons for as long as a year in the 'fridge without any problem. After all, you're basically talking about lemon juice and salt. But you…

4 votes
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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
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Oriental mixed grill

Oriental mixed grill by CHEF ASHRAF ABD ALEEM ELKHARBOTLY

Oriental mixed grill

1 vote
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Cous Cous with Roast Courgette (Zucchini) and Fresh Herbs

Cous Cous with Roast Courgette (Zucchini) and Fresh Herbs by Karen Vivers

This new recipe as really gotten me out of my cous cous rut. Fresh and tasty. Healthy too!

1 vote
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Morrocan Grilled Salmon

Morrocan Grilled Salmon by John Spottiswood

This is a flavorful recipe that we adapted from one on Food Network. The addition of cayenne pepper along with extra garlic and cumin give this a more robust flavor than the original recipe. Serve with long grain rice or farro, pita bread, hummus or baba ganoush. Everyone we've served this to has loved it!

2 votes
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Senegalese Fish Yassa

Senegalese Fish Yassa by John Spottiswood

I've been a huge fan of Moroccan food for a while, and have begun to expand my horizons into the foods of other African countries. This is the first dish I've tried from Senegal, which has a strong French influence, and it is extraordinary. I made this when my cousin and his wife came to town..and I told them they were my guinea…

4 votes
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BEST EVER FRUITY FIBRE RUSKS / BOERBESKUIT (SOUTH AFRICAN)

BEST EVER FRUITY FIBRE RUSKS / BOERBESKUIT (SOUTH AFRICAN) by Gypsy-Rose Belladonna Kilachef

Moorishly fruitful with a citrusy burst on the tongue! Makes: 72 + 55 = Total 127 Rusks using a 72 & 55 Rusk Pasella pan (1 large + 1 medium sized pans) or use your very large oven pan + bread pans. *Note: If you decide to buy the Pasella pan (South Africa) for your Rusks make sure to get the correct pan size & cutters for 72…

1 vote
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