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I would like to share with you another collection
of "Sousoukitchen Recipes" that you tried,
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also for having made the effort to take pictures
and to send them to me.
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Seffa Medfouna of Sana
Rolls with Potatoes of Sana
Chicken à la marocaine of Sana
Stuffed Matlou3 of Mimi Rania
Msemen of Rania
Mhencha of Sana
Meskouta of Nejla
Cupcake of Nejla
Cupcake with chocolat chips of Nejla
Chocolate Cupcake of Nejla
Here is another collection of pictures that I received
from a fan of Sousoukitchen, Amal is a regular fan,
she would like toshare with us these delicious dishes
that she prepared during this month of Ramadan.
Thank you Amal for your trust, your dishes are successfuly made.
I have more pictures that I recently received,
I will post them as soon as I get the chance.
Thank you for your comments,
I ask you for forgiveness, I can't answer everybody.
Beef Tajine with vegetables
Briouats stuffed with Almonds
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Here is another collection of tested recipes but
this time it's from a single fan of sousoukitchen: Noora,
She had the kindness to share with us
her own pictures and even of her beautiful daughters
who are participating to prepare recipes of Sousoukitchen.
Thank you Noora for giving me the permission to
share your photos with my fans.
I have more pictures of my fans,
I will soon post them.
I invite the others to send me photos of recipes
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Cookies stuffed with dates
Brioche with honey
Brioche with poppy seeds
Mahra is preparing Knots
Her sister is eating them
Noora had also shared her pictures
of her beautiful tagines with us.
Thanks Noora for this beautifut post
Krichlats, Bread rolls with Chocolate, Brioche, Birthday cake,
Stuffed Batbouts, Rfissa, Briwats, Cake roll with lemon
are my recipes tested by you.
Here is another collection of pictures that I recieved from my fans
who tried my recipes. I still have a lot (I post only 10 pictures every time), the rest will be posted the next time.
I thought of adding a new section which I will call
"Request Recipes for Sousoukitchen ", I explain to you:
If you like a dish which you ate at a friend's house or
a member of family and you wish to add it to your culinary list but you do not know how
to prepare it, write to me, I will do my best to film the recipe on video.
Or if you have a recipe (especially Moroccan) and
you wish to share it with us, write me,
I will post a video about it (according to my possibilities of course)
Krachels of Amal Oukha
Krichlat of Amal Oukha
Brioche of Asmae
Birthday Cake of Asmae
Petits pains au Chocolat of Asmae
Stuffed Batbout of Leila
Briwats of Melissa
Rfissa of Melissa
Roll Cake with Lemon of Soulef
Petits pains au Chocolat of Soulef
I invite you to watch the video
Tagine is a large basic part of the Moroccan food culture,
you can find almost everything possible in a tagine and
they are made many different ways.
Sellou (or Sfouf)السفوف او سلو is a unique Moroccan dessert,
made with sesame seeds, grilled almonds and
the flour which is baked in the oven.
I invite you to watch the video at the end of the article
It is traditionally served during Ramadan
and El Eid, marriages and the other special occasions.
It is necessary to sift the flour after baking it
And powdered sugar.
Add the dry ingredients and mix.
If you make a large quantity and you wish
to keep the Sellou longer, it is necessary to stop at this step.
If not, add butter and honey.
Indeed mix and serve in various methods.
Various methods to serve Sellou
Muslims around the world anticipate the arrival of the holiest
month of the year. During Ramadan, the ninth month
of the Islamic calendar, Muslims from all continents unite
in a period of fasting and spiritual reflection.
Muslims who are physically able are required to fast each
day of the entire month, from sunrise to sunset.
The evenings are spent enjoying family and community meals.
For this holy month, I wish a happy Ramadan
to all Muslims all over the world.