An easy Moroccan tagine recipe with carrots, olives and preserved lemons.
Quick, easy and healthy. Consider adding this delicious grilled calamari to your next cook-out menu or family seafood dinner.
Making your own fresh cheese is quicker and easier than you think.
An easy and delicious way to grill fresh shrimp.
These savory cracker-like cookies are flavored with nigella seeds (black seed).
Jben is a Moroccan fresh cheese which is easy to make at home.
This lightly sweetened bread with anise and sesame seeds is called fekosa in the northern Moroccan town of Chefchaouen.
A savory filled version of Moroccan harcha, a pan-fried semolina flatbread.
This tasty Moroccan split pea soup or dip is seasoned with paprika, cumin and garlic. Add cayenne pepper to taste.
Danette is the brand name of a pudding-like dessert which is popular in Morocco. Here's how to make your own crème au chocolat at home.
Recipe for homemade mille-feuille or Napoleon. Use frozen or homemade puff pastry dough.
This Moroccan cake (meskouta) is a fun recipe to make with the kids. Use the empty yogurt cup as your measure.
Khringos are the Moroccan version of Spanish churros, a type of fried dough.
These delicious cinnamon sugar cookies are easy to prepare. Perfect for tea time or with a glass of milk.
These Moroccan-style mussels are prepared in a zesty homemade tomato sauce.
These dense, rich cupcakes are easy to make, and especially delicious when topped with decadent ganache.
No need to frost these rich, moist cupcakes. Leave out the chocolate chips for a basic vanilla cupcake.
This delicious Moroccan dish of calamari in tomato sauce is best prepared in a clay tagine.
In Morocco, tuna is a very popular topping for pizza. Here's my version, using my oft-requested homemade pizza dough and sauce recipe.
A classic preparation of a Moroccan tagine with lamb or beef and peas. Potatoes are optional.
This Moroccan meat and vegetable recipe is best when slow cooked in a traditional clay or ceramic tagine.
An easy, impressive baked fish dish for special occasion or company meals. It can be prepped early in the day and refrigerated until baking time.
Rich, chewy almond ghoriba are a Moroccan favorite. Try them and you'll see why.
This famous Moroccan dish features a mound of steamed couscous topped by stewed vegetables and meat. Very delicious!
Also called Rfissa Medhoussa or Tride, this classic Moroccan chicken and lentil dish is served atop a bed of shredded msemen, meloui or trid pastry.