Moroccan recipes - 10 recipes
I've been in love with tangines ever since I travelled to Morocco in the Spring of 2013. Among camel rides, nights in the sand watching the stars, and trips through the Medinas, I spent much of my time eating! Many Morrocan recipes are hearty, filling, and surprisingly feel like comfort food (maybe it's because of the slightly stew-like resemblance). The cous-cous, carrots, and various meats really hit the spot! Served along-side some Moroccan mint tea, these dishes will fill you right up!
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Top rated Moroccan recipes
Moroccan marinated chicken with spiced sweet potato puree
By michabedford, chezgaycountrykitchen
A quick and easy autumn warmer
Moroccan Beetroot & Herb Salad with Rachel’s Organic Natural Yogurt Dressing
By Love Beetroot, Visit the Love Beetroot site
In a large serving bowl, toss together the beetroot, spinach, mint & coriander, reserving a few of the herbs to gar...
Beef - A Little Moroccan Magic
By Keith Bradbury, FROM ALFREDO'S WITH LOVE...
Hereis my version of a Morrocan dish using fabulously underrated shin beef – mine was from those lovely people at...
Moroccan Mint Tea
Boil water. Pour a small amount in teapot and swish around to warm the pot
1. Heat oil in a large pan
Couscous with sea bass with an explosion of spices
By Titi , blog Crimetcondiment
Salt and pepper the fish, add cumin and refrigerate
Moroccan roasted squash with spiced chickpeas
By meredith.arthur86, Live Local Greens
This tasty Autumnal recipe is from my blog www
Lamb and Date Tagine
By FoodandFrets, Food and Frets
Melt in the mouth Lamb, plump and sweet dates with the spicy warmth of ras el hanout
Moroccan Spiced Chicken, Bulgur Wheat Pilaf and Pecorino Ice cream
By dave, Fine Dining At Home
A sensuous chicken breast, with a spicy grain and cooling ice cream
Chicken tagine with ratatouille
By Loulou , blog Cuisiner et papoter chez Loulou
Fry the chicken with onion and garlic in a little olive oil