Instant couscous, quick-cooking prawns and tender baby carrots will put you on the fast track to dinnertime bliss. All you need is our Moroccan chermoula spice mix and you’ll feel like you’re in Casablanca any night of the week.
Category: Moroccan cuisine
The unique tang of preserved lemon and fiery harissa sauce combine well with chicken kebabs cooked on the BBQ.
Preserved lemon is the key ingredient in many Moroccan dishes such as tagines. In Cambodian cuisine, it is used in dishes such as Nam Ngau, a chicken soup with whole preserved lemon. They are often combined in various ways with olives, artichokes, seafood, veal, chicken, and rice. Lemon Pickle is a standard accompaniment to curd rice, which is often the last course in South Indian Cuisine.
This Moroccan bread (khobz) is flavoured with semolina, sesame and nigella seeds. The top is scored with a design, brushed with an egg yolk wash and then dusted with more seeds and – hence its name, khobz mzaweq (decorated bread).
This classic Moroccan garnish of caramelised onions and raisins is sweetened with honey and seasoned with aromatic spices of ginger, saffron and cinnamon. It’s popular as a topping for couscous or meat dishes, but you might also like to present it over rice, grilled meats, roasted poultry or even veggies.
Moroccans who make bread at home are very inclined to use a mix of flours. This recipe calls for half whole wheat and half white flour, which yields a rich flavour and light texture. Replace some of the white flour with more wheat if you prefer a denser consistency and heartier grain taste.
Well-seasoned meatballs are cooked in a spicy tomato sauce for this Moroccan Spicy Meatball and Tomato Tagine. Eggs are an optional but classic addition to the dish. The meatballs can be made from lamb or beef mince, or a combination of the two. Use a traditional tagine or a deep, wide skillet with a lid.
Bichak is a stuffed baked tricornered appetiser served in Jewish (Kosher), Afghan, Middle Eastern, and Moroccan cuisine. It is often served during tea or coffee hour. Bichak can be stuffed with pumpkin and jam for a sweet taste, or meat and cheese for a savoury addition to a lunch. Bichak are also popular because they can be prepared in large quantities.