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26 novembre 2012 1 26 /11 /novembre /2012 02:17






Konafa is a very fine shredded phyllo used to make sweet pastries and desserts. The filling is mainly composed of either crushed nuts mixed with powdered sugar and cinnamon, or of sweetened cream cheese.

I found it very easy to form a cookie of Konafa,using a small cup of coffee. I filled them with cream cheese and mozzarella.
The result was excellent, my husband asked me to make the recipe once again on the same day.




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26 novembre 2012 1 26 /11 /novembre /2012 00:39





I like this recipe a lot, as soon as I saw it, I decided to turn it

into a video, it is simple and delicious.
Source : Rachida Amhaouch

The video is at the end of the article


The video


rfissa, meloui, msemen, pain, rachida amhaouch, choumicha

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24 novembre 2012 6 24 /11 /novembre /2012 17:04





This bread is a true enjoyment, I personally like it, I often prepare it because the whole family loves it. I's a simple bread stuffed with meat

and vegetables, I stuffed and closed it in my own way, watch the video and tell me your opinion.



I invite you to watch the video



batbout, pain marocain, marocaines, algeriennes, ramadan, choumicha

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24 novembre 2012 6 24 /11 /novembre /2012 16:27

Harira (Soupe Marocaine) حريرة



The video at the end of the article

is not clear, I will post a new

video as soon as I can.



Harira (Soupe Marocaine) حريرة 


Harira is a Moroccan traditional soup that

we prepare especially in Ramadan, we eat

 Harira with dates and bread. 


Harira (Soupe Marocaine) حريرة



I invite you to watch the video 


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22 novembre 2012 4 22 /11 /novembre /2012 15:55
Krichlat of Achoura's recipe  
is a request from a fan, I dedicate this recipe to her 
 and I dedicate it to everyone who is far away from
Morocco and cannot buy these crunchy and delicious cookies 
which are sold in every market in Morocco especially during Achoura.
I invite you to atch the video
Krichlat Achoura (6)
 I am just like you, in Morocco, I like buying these Krichlats
especially from Jemaa El fna (Marrakesh), they are
so good but because I am very far from Jemaa El fna and Marrakesh , I have to prepare them at home, this recipe is a lot better  than these Krichlats which are sold in the Market,
at least you know the ingredients and you can decide
the quantity of every ingredient, If you like the
flavor of sesame seeds, you can add more, etc .
Krichlat Achoura (3)
  It is very easy to work the dough with your hand,
you do not need a machine.
Krichlat Achoura (8)
 It is very important to indicate that the sesame seeds
are roasted, also fennel and  anise, which gives
a very good flavor to these delicious cookies.
Krichlat Achoura (5)
You decide the size of Krichlats that
you want to obtain, by cutting them small or big.
Krichlat Achoura (2)
 I don't wait for Achoura to prepare them,
I always have them present for snack.
Krichlat Achoura (7)
Krichlat Achoura (1)
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21 novembre 2012 3 21 /11 /novembre /2012 19:49



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2010-05-17 duck stuffed with rice & almonds 


This recipe is a request from my husband who loves Turkey. I was wondering how to stuff the Turkey? Do I use the normal stuffing with oranges and serve it at the end with orange sauce? or something else.


So I remembered watching a Moroccan show "Chhiwat bladi", the lady stuffed a turkey with a mixture of rice and almonds, I just loved it.


So I decided to stuff my Turkey with the same stuffing, it was delicious !

My husband said with the first bite that his mouth was dancing with

joy, I was very satisfied and happy to find a new stuffing for my poultry recipes .

  I invite you to watch the video at the end of the article








* 12 oz roasted, ground almonds

* 7 oz rice (half cooked)

* 2 sticks soft butter

* 1 tsp arabic gum

* 3.5 powdered sugar

* 1 tsp Ras el hanout (it's a Moroccan spice,

leave it out if you don't have)




* Turkey (5 pounds) or a Duck

* 2 tsp saffron (divided)

* water

* 1 onion

* salt, 1 tsp ginger, 1/2 tsp Ras el hanout

* 2 Tbs olive oil

* 2 Tbs vegetable oil

* 2 garlic cloves  



Mix the ground almonds with rice, butter, arabic gum,

ras el hanout, powdered sugar. 







Stuff the inside of the Turkey.




Also the  neck area




Sew well to prevent the mixture from spreading

into the sauce while cooking.





Mix 1 tsp of saffron with a little bit of water,

spread it all over the Turkey.




Put the onion in a pot on medium heat, add garlic,

salt, ginger, ras el hanout, stir, put the Turkey over

the mixture, drizzle olive oil and vegetable oil over.



Pour the rest of the saffron and water mixture.

Spread 1 tsp saffron over the Turkey.




Cover and let cook.



Serve with vegetables or french fries. 



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20 novembre 2012 2 20 /11 /novembre /2012 23:04




This is a recipe made with coconut flakes, that your kids and family will love, it's easy, delicious and it takes no time to prepare.






 I invite you to watch the video.



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19 novembre 2012 1 19 /11 /novembre /2012 23:31



Smen is a kind of preserved aged butter used in Arab and

Maghreb cooking. It is described as the most popular

cooking butter in Morocco and the Middle East,

it's similar to Eastern Ghee,

it's left to ferment in a cool dry place.
With its deep, pungent aroma and distinctive flavor,

it enhances many of Morocco's savory dishes,

especially couscous and tagines. 


Here are some of my recipes

that I prepared with Smen.

Moroccan soup called Harira 

Beef tongue 

Rfissa or Madhoussa

Couscous with vegetables 

Chicken Moroccan style 


Couscous teffaya

Now that you have an idea about Smen, take a look

at the video to see how to prepare it.

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19 novembre 2012 1 19 /11 /novembre /2012 22:41





Moroccan spicy sauce is a hot sauce commonly used in Moroccan cuisine. It adds a kick to pasta, tagines, couscous or any dish that likes a bit of spice. Every family has their own recipe. Mine is very easy, it contains oil, vinegar, garlic and salt.


Chilli peppers from my own garden.

The video




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19 novembre 2012 1 19 /11 /novembre /2012 01:18

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As requested , I am posting  the recipe  Rghayef 

with almonds and honey for you , which was

presented by a guest at Choumicha's show.

I will post for you my personal recipe of Rghayef

in honey soon.

These rghayefs contain more ingredients than usual; almonds, anise, arabic gum, saffron, sesame seeds... almost the same ingredients to prepare Chebbakiya, that is why the flavor is similar to Chebbakiya.

I invite you to watch the video



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The video



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