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10 mai 2013 5 10 /05 /mai /2013 15:39

Harira Moroccan Soup-Ramadan Special




Harira is a recipe that I've already posted with

the video. I am posting a new video because

Harira recipe is a famous soup that we

consume especially during the month of ramadan,

and a lot of poeple were asking for a new


I invite you to watch the video at the end 



      Right now, I am working on new moroccan recipes

that you request (that I've already posted) 

of course with my new version and my new

tutorials, like the recipe "Chicken pastilla"

which will be the next recipe,

"Briwats with Almonds", "Chebakiya".

Hope you like them !!! 


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Harira recipe that I share with you today is

a basic recipe (my own recipe), of course

there are a lot of methods of cooking Harira.




My mother for example add tomato puree

at the beginning while I prefer to add it

at the end with the rest of the ingredients.

Just for one reason: tomato in general

doesn't need a lot of time to cook.



We serve Harira Soup with dates et

french Moroccan bread called "Matlou3"

recipe posted on my blog.



Some ingredients are optional

such lemon juice and egg.




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My princess Jenna-Aicha, she let the

butterflies fly after she cought them

as you can see on the video  .



While I was taking Harira pictures,

I found myself taking some picture of the

flowers of my garden that I want

to share with you.




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The video


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Pure Moroccan Argan Oil For Hair and Skin 21/07/2014 12:31

Thank you for the recipe, it is much simpler than mine which takes a lot of time. And your recipe appears very good. Your video added much detailed information to the making of recipe. Thanks for everything.

web designers 18/03/2014 12:36

Thanks for sharing this recipe with us. I have great interest in cooking and I always try different recipes at home. I will try this for sure and will get back to you with my reviews. Keep posting more updates in your blog.

Amanda 24/10/2013 20:33

I made your harera soup. Yummm. :-))
Merci beaucoup!

Joseph 28/05/2013 16:03

I have been making your Pain Maroccain with great success several times a week since you published it. However, I believe that there is a typo misprint in one quantity.
You specified 150 ml of water for 2 breads. The first time that I made it (cutting the recipe in half, since I am now alone) 75 ml of water did not come close to forming a ball, so I kept adding
water until the ball formed. I now use 125 ml of water, which would correspond to 250 ml for two loaves. Thank you again for sharing your knowledge and experience with others.

sousoukitchen-en 30/05/2013 16:35

Thanks Joseph, it's very hard to specify the amount of water using for bread, but I am happy that you got it right, thanks again !

naouaya 11/05/2013 10:42


Merci de la recette, elle est plus simple que la mienne qui me prends bcp de temps, et l'harira a l'air d'être très bonne ;)

merci de la video, elle est bien détaillée. mille merci