Yay! The legendary Moroccan meat tagine with caramelised prunes is finally on the blog. What took me so long!?Read More
I barely had squid this summer, maybe once or twice. So I felt like making something fancy with it but also:
• and healthy *
If you like squid and are interested in all the above this recipe is definitely for you!Read More
Moroccan cuisine is famous for it’s delicious stews; the legendary tagines. But what do we mean by tagine, the pot or the dish? What is actually a tagine and how does it work? Is it important to use a traditional tagine pot to make a Moroccan tagine? What’s the difference between a Dutch oven and a tagine pot?
Let's find out!
Also, last time I was in Morocco, I went to a tagine factory, Al Amal Poterie in Rabat, and took lots of pictures. It’s finally time to share them with you!Read More
Finally a fish recipe on the blog and what a tasty one!
I love this tagine, it’s so fragrant, lemony, vibrant, healthy and super easy to prepare. Get your veggies and your fish, take 3 minutes to make chermoula and let it do the job for you.
Really, chermoula works like a flavour bomb! It is a type of paste or marinade that is very common in North Africa and goes very well with fish, meat, poultry and vegetables. Pretty much with everything savoury.
Today I am sharing a slightly ‘jazzed up’ version of the classic Moroccan fish tagine.Read More
Have you ever tried a tagine that was fragrant, spicy, smoky and fruity at the same time? Well, if you haven't, take a look at this recipe because this tagine will seriously tingle your senses!Read More
It’s simply one of my favourite. Really and not just because I am posting it today.
A while ago, when I was still a student, every time I would go back home to visit my parents my mum would welcome me with this tagine. I couldn’t possibly leave my home country without having had had this tagine at least once.Read More
Shakshuka is a very common dish in North Africa and Middle East and is originally from a country that has had a persistent passion for eggs and tomatoes. Tunisia.
The Moroccan version of the shakshuka includes kefta meatballs and in Morocco we don’t call it shakshuka but simply "kefta and eggs tagine", but isn’t shakshuka just too cute?Read More