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Before presenting you the next recipe, I want to offer this beautiful
flower from my own garden, to all my friends and to my guests who
honor me by coming to visit me.
I wish you a Happy El Aid.
عيد مبارك سعيد وكل عام وانتم بخير.
I was tagged by my dear friendfrom
Faiza Ali's Kitchen.
Thank you so much Faiza for thinking of me.
1. Link the person who tagged you.
2. Post the rules on your blog.
3. Share the ABCs of you.
4. Tag 4 people at the end of your post by linking to their blogs.
5. Let the 4 tagged people know that they have been tagged by leaving a comment on their website.
6. Do not tag the same person repeatedly but try to tag different people, so that there is a big network of bloggers doing this tag.
2. B – Best friend? My husband and my kids
3. C – Cake or Pie? Neither
4. D – Drink of choice? Orange juice, water
5. E – Essential item you use every day? My Lap top , my phone
6. F – Favorite color? Orange
7. G – Gummy Bears Or Worms? neither.
8. H – Hometown? Kenitra, Morocco
9. I – Indulgence? Moroccan cookies
10. J – January or February? November
11. K – Kids & their names? a son Idriss & a daughter Jenna-Aicha
12. L – Life is incomplete without? Family and Morocco
19. S – Season? Summer ( To travel to "my Morocco" )
20. T – Tag 4 People? later
21. U – Unknown fact about me? I love Horror movies
22. V – Vegetable you don't like? Okra
23. W – Worst habit? Get mad easy (unfortunately)
24. X – X-rays you've had? No, thank God
25. Y – Your favorite food? Tagines
26. Z – Zodiac sign? Scorpio
I would like to pass the above tag to:
- Rosa 's Yummy Yums
- Health nut
- 5 star Foodie
- Yummy food
I present you a very simple dish, made with meat,
vegetablesand spices. You can serve it hot with
potatoes, green vegetables
or cold with salad.
Here is the link of the video
I like all kinds of brioche, stuffed or not. This one is
so soft that it melts in your mouth.
I noticed that the dough looks a lot like petit pain with chocolate,
so I tried the same dough, after a few days, to make bread rolls
with chocolate, the result was magnificent, you do not need to put
the butter, to fold the dough and to let rest 20 min 3 or 4 times.
I will post the recipe with the video soon.
As you all know, it is Ramadan, so this kind of bread
and brioches are very asked during this month,
our table of ftour has to contain
one or two sorts of Msemen and Brioche.
I present you today a version of Msemen stuffed with shrimp,
which indeed can be replaced by chicken.
This is the first time I've ever made a bread with Oatmeal.
It's one of my favorite breads. It's fresh, it's delicious.
This homemade treat can be served for breakfast or in the
evening for dessert, pair it with a warm cup of coffee or tea.
I invite you to watch the video.
Hello, before I present the next recipe, I would like to show
you some purchases which I made.
They are things which I really needed. Since I have started to make recipes, I am no longer interested in clothes and jewels, as before.
Now, I always find myself without realizing it in the cooking section .
Here are the things I bought:
The pestle, it's very heavy, made from stone.
I bought one made from wood when I was in Morocco, it is light,
I rarely use it because it does not grind well.
I like to grind my spices just before I use them in my recipes.
They have a strong flavor and a nice smell.
I bought another baking mitts, as you can see, the blue one
is the old one, I used to hear it scream, because it was used
all the time, it was the only one I had.
Now I hear it laughing with joy because it was replaced.
I prepared a cake this week, which I will soon post, I asked
my husband to clean the mold, he is so "perfect" in the kitchen
that he has scraped the mold, so look well at the black spots.
I bought another red pan.
The pan has two lids, one with the hole and the other
one supplementary without a hole, it means that you can
use it for cakes and for pies.
The pan has small heart holes in the bottom.
I bought some vanilla sugar (the green package ), I had difficulty
in finding it here in the USA, they have only the liquid which
contains alcohol. Usually I buy the vanilla sugar from Morocco
(the blue package), but I only have one package left.
I didn't forget my small princess who always likes to help me
when I am working in the kitchen , my daughter Jenna-Aicha
who is 2 years old.
I bought her this package, a mini-set to prepare cakes.
It really looks like it was made for adult use, it has everything that you need to prepare a cake, maybe one day I will borrow it from her.
I bought these two tagines from Morocco, I brought one with me
in my suitcase, the second I gave to my husband, in his suitcase,
if one breaks, then we have the second. Thank God they both
arrived safe in the USA.
I was tired cooking in them the whole time, above all we have
a lot of varieties of nice tagines in Morocco.
I saw this one in the store, I fell in love with it.
Look at the packaging.
It's beautiful isn't it ?
I will prepare a recipe soon with it.
What was really special in this one, it's a iron Teflon,
a heavy pan with a tagine lid which is made from pottery.
Very unusual, even in Morocco, I have never seen it before.
As I told you, the bottom is a heavy pan teflon
The top is made like a normal tagine, from pottery.
I also bought small containers for spices.
They are cute. Let me explain to you why I bought them :
Check this out, where I store my spices, is a mustard bottle.
It has turmeric in it.
This one is a baby food bottle, it has mace powder.
I think this one was for pickles. It has fenugreek powder.
Everybody recognize the nescafe bottle.
I use it to keep my cloves in it.
This one used to be a bottle of olives. It has my nutmeg.
This bottle contained jam, now it contains my bay leaves.
Here is another pickle jar. It has my flaxseeds.
This one contains honey. It has mace now.
It was a pleasant day for me because I found all that I needed,
especially these small bottles for spices, they made the kitchen
I promise to myself to buy more bottles, so that all my spice
bottles are the same.
I love Tagines !
They remind me of Morocco, when we travel from
onecity to the next, we have breaks in cafes and restaurants
which are everywhere on the roads of Morocco, they offer all
kinds of Moroccan specialties : tagines, couscous, mechoui
( grilled meat), Moroccan tea with mint...
I present you one of several varieties of Moroccan
tagines today. A tagine of meat ( you can use beef, lamb,
or chicken ), prepared with squash called Slaoui.
Check out my other Tagines recipes.