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3 décembre 2010 5 03 /12 /décembre /2010 16:26

Gateau roulé au citron

 Gateau roulé au citron

 Gateau roulé au citron




  This is a roll cake with lemon, that is stuffed with a lemon cream ,

 I added pieces of pineapple, which you can replace by pieces

of apricot or other similar fruit. 


 I invite you to watch the video


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The video



For the roll cake with Chocolate, clic on the picture.
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28 novembre 2010 7 28 /11 /novembre /2010 07:00

Ghriba Moroccan cookies غريبة


Ghriba Moroccan cookies غريبة


Ghriba Moroccan cookies غريبة


How to prepare very easy and cheap

Moroccan traditional cookies.


I invite you to watch the video


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Gulab jamun ( گلاب جامن ) is a popular dessert in India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh. It is made of a dough consisting mainly of milk solids, which is rolled into a ball together with some flour and then deep fried. It is then put into in a sugar syrup flavored with cardamon seeds and rosewater.
Gulab jamun is common at weddings.
The term gulab jamun comes from Persian, gulab, "rosewater" referring to the rosewater-scented syrup,
According to wikipedia.
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This recipe was requested from my husband, he ate them in an Indian restaurant in Germany, since then, he has not stopped demanding it, I only eat them occasionaly because they are too sweet for me. 
I invite you to watch the video for more details
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 The video 
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16 novembre 2010 2 16 /11 /novembre /2010 06:00


I would like to share with you this photo of this magnificent mosque that I had the pleasure visiting during my vacation in Morocco.
 Alhamdo lillah my dream came true, I prayed inside of this mosque " Mosque Hassan 2 " In Casablanca.
It is the 3rd biggest mosque in the world, after Mecca and Medina.

I wish to all muslims, all over the world a happy El Aid.

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15 novembre 2010 1 15 /11 /novembre /2010 14:59





Before talking about the current recipe, I would like to bring to your attention, especially to those who have difficulty finding a recipe, there is a bar "Recherche" which is in the left side of this article, is reserved to look for a recipe in my blog.
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The current recipe is very simple, cookies 
with poppy seeds, it is a regular basic recipe, eggs, butter and flour, with a flavor of vanilla or zest of lemon, I added it a few poppy seeds, which gave them a very pleasant flavor.










      The video
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11 novembre 2010 4 11 /11 /novembre /2010 14:22


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I present you a version of Baklawa, which is called "Bakla"

in Morocco. It's an old recipe that Moroccans prepare to please

their guests, like Pastilla, it's a dish reserved for the celebrations

and big days.

I let you look at the pictures and watch the video.



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11 novembre 2010 4 11 /11 /novembre /2010 01:47

 Tajine au Rutabaga2

Tajine au Rutabaga1


My husband was on vacation visting his sister, he brought me multiple things; walnuts, lemons, grenadines, pears and a big bouquet of Ratabagas.
( Regretably I was not able to travel with him because
of my leg).
As soon as I saw the Rutabagas, I thought of a good couscous and a delicious tagine that I used to eat in Morocco at  my mother's house.

I began with a tagine, I just added a few potatoes to give a well-balanced taste, knowing that the flavor of Rutabagas is a little bit bitter.



I invite you to watch the video


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9 novembre 2010 2 09 /11 /novembre /2010 15:57





This is a very easy jam, it 's almost the same procedure used

to prepare other jams, I added lemon and orange, this gave

a delicious fresh taste that everybody liked.

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

The video


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5 novembre 2010 5 05 /11 /novembre /2010 14:10

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Small macaroons with coconuts are one of my favorite macaroons,


they were lightly baked so that they remain tender inside.

A simple recipe which does not ask for too many ingredients.


I invite you to look at the video for more details




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2 novembre 2010 2 02 /11 /novembre /2010 16:01

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It is a recipe found in one of my German books that I kept carefully among my collection of culinary books. It pleases me "to dive" into these books from time to time. I cannot stop myself of buying although I have more than 300 books in 4 languages; Arabic, French, English and German.


What was bizzare, is that I found the same recipe in one

 of my Arabic books, the difference between both recipes,

 is the filling, instead of the cream of almond in the german book, it is the white cream chocolate and coconut in the arabic book. I preferred the almond filling.

      I invite you to watch the video for more details 






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