A fresh couscous for lunch! This is perfect during schooldays or work because you can prepare this the night before. The recipe is very easy and delicious.
The Moroccan kitchen is filled with delicious recipes. Time to experience it for yourself with this chicken tajine with pear recipe.
I can hear you thinking: arrgh again a stuffed pepper recipe. But I can tell you that this version is quite different than all the others. It is vegetarian, ánd super surprising because of the raisins! A true healthy and visually attractive feast!
It is Monday again and here is your new Meat Free Monday! Because of the holiday it will be a summer recipe.
It is Monday again and here is your new Meat free Monday! A very tasty lentil salad with falafel and goat cheese this week. At the beginning of May we can start to think about summer coming and with this recipe we will bring summer onto our plates for tonight.
I love Moroccan cuisine! Lovely all day the tagine on the stove with some meat slowly cooks with some vegetables and of course couscous. A dish that you have an afternoon to pull out with a sure success! And also super successful for Eid! (Sugarfeast)
It is Monday again, so it is time for another
This is the ultimate combination of healty and tasty! The cauliflower couscous is nourishing and the combinations are endless. Made with Maroccan 'Ras el Hanout' spices, which name translates from Arabic to “head of the shop” or known as top of the shelf, since it’s all the best spices in the shop that go into this spice mix.
October has begun, which automatically makes OctoberFest pop up in your mind. Beer, lederhosen and dirndls, a unique combination which once too often leads to a hang-over. To get you through this month, I’ve got the perfect anti-hangover recipe for you.
One of the most traditional dishes from France is Ratatouille, a lovely but easy stew. This time with an Moroccan influence because of the North-African spices. Start this journey by cutting the zucchini, eggplant and bell peppers in long slices and grill them on both sides until you see dark (not black) stripes.