Happy Valentine’s Day / عيد حب سعيد

Valentine’s Day is a day where many people around the world celebrate love. For me, love should be celebrated every day… and towards everyone.  Love is the same. Many of you know my personal story by now: my mom is from Morocco, my dad is from Iraq, my husband is from India, I lived in the US and […]

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Resolution 2017 / قرارات 2017

Every January, new resolutions awaken with the sun of the new year. For food and cooking, the classics usually are: “I will eat better, I will lose weight, I will follow a new diet.” But this year, let’s take together a bigger, more magical resolution: “I will discover new flavors, let my palate explore unexpected […]

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Marble Cake / ماربيل كيك – Facebook Live (5/2/2017)

The Facebook live cooking class of February 5th was about how to make the Marble Cake Recipe – Super Moist! Here is the written recipe. Ingredients: 5 large eggs 1/2 cup and 2 tablespoons (125 grams) granulated sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract Pinch of salt 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 stick (8 tablespoons / 113 […]

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Best Brownies Ever / أحلى براونيز – Facebook Live (25/12/2016)

The Facebook live cooking class of December 25th was about how to make the best Brownies ever! Here is the written recipe. Ingredients: 1/2 pound (225g) unsalted butter 230 grams (8 oz) bitter sweet or semisweet chocolate, cut into 1/4-inch pieces 4 large eggs 1/2 teaspoon salt 200 grams (1 cup) granulated sugar 220 grams […]

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Honey madeleines / مادلين بالعسل – Facebook Live (18/12/2016)

The Facebook live cooking class of December 18th was about Madeleines with honey and lime flavor. Here is the written recipe. Ingredients: 3 eggs 100 grams white granulated sugar A pinch of salt 2 tablespoons of honey 150 grams unsalted butter 200 grams all-purpose white flour ½ teaspoon baking powder 1 lime or lemon Makes: […]

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453 – Blog – Best top 10 Eid Dishes / أفضل 10أطباق لعيد الأضحى

Moroccans are known consuming many parts of sheep and creating unrepeatable tastes for Eid occasion. Here are few of the top Eid dishes! Boulfaf Boulfaf, in Moroccan, means “Wrapped” and that’s because pieces of grilled liver are wrapped in sheep lace fat, put into skewers, and barbecued over hot coals. It is the first dish […]

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Facebook Live (08/25/2016): No-bake chocolate cheesecake / شيزكيك بالشوكولا

Hello All! On Thursday, August 25th I did another Facebook Live Cooking Class. This time we made no-bake chocolate cheesecake!!! If you missed it, here is the link to the video and written recipe. Enjoy!!! Link to the the Facebook Live video for this recipe Ingredients: For the Crust: – 14 cocoa cookies and cream […]

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448 – Blog – Top 10 Marrakech Street Foods / أفضل 10 أطباق في شوارع مراكش

Looking for street food in Marrakech? This is the place for you: Jemaa-El-Fnaa…  an open-air market buzzing with hundreds of food stalls!  Among all these yummy choices, my top 10 street foods in Jemaa-El-Fna that you must try are… 1- Tanjia Tanjia is a traditional dish from Marrakech Lamb or beef placed in a clay […]

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450 – blog – Top 10 Moroccan tagines / أفضل ١٠ طواجين مغربية

Top 10 Moroccan tagines: Moroccan cuisine is known for its numerous tagine dishes. Tagine is the name of the clay pot where the food, usually a protein (chicken, meat, fish) and a vegetable or fruit topping (potatoes, carrots, dried prunes, dried apricots, etc.), is slow-cooked in a flavorful sauce. Below are my favorite Moroccan tagines! […]

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