It’s mid-May so we can officially say summer is around the cauliflower, ugh I mean the corner! Ok, not funny.Read More
Do you know rfissa? Rfissa is a kind if chicken tagine served with thin stripes of pan fried bread similar to msemen – called trid – and then topped with lentils. Because making trid is relatively time consuming, when we make rifssa at home in Morocco, we usually buy the trid from the souk or a local bakery.
Hello 2019! The very first post of the year had to be a healthy (healthy-ish?) one and not the kind that makes you force yourself to empty your plate and then immediately grab your phone to order a burger. Tell me you’ve also been there!Read More
Oh la la, it’s already December! Have you started planning your meals for the holiday season? For now, I am pretty sure that chermoula oysters and turkey, cranberry & chestnut tagine will be on the menu. I am really struggling to find new canapés or bite-size-thingies ideas. Any tips welcomed!Read More
It's been a while since I've last posted a tagine recipe! Well, this mainly proves one thing: Moroccan cuisine is not only about tagines, don’t you think? Not that I don't love love love our yummy stews but Moroccan food has so many other treasures to offer, like bastila, almond briouates or maakouda!Read More
Happy birthday MyMoroccanFood.com!!
Can you believe this? It has been already one year since I posted my very first recipe. I launched this blog a year ago to share my love and passion for Moroccan food and when I look back at all the recipes I have developed and the support I have received this past year I couldn’t feel happier! So thank YOU for following along <3.Read More
It’s that time of the year again (already ?), yay!
Supermarkets and stores are filled with gigantic pumpkins and all you can do is give in to their appealing and cheerful orange hue and pick your favourite one.
There are so many things we can do with pumpkin such as vegetarian hamburgers, pumpkin pie, pumpkin jam (we do that a lot in Morocco!) and of course a scary jack o’lantern.Read More
Oh hey friends! Happy autumn, fall, apple/pumpkin and all things cosy season! Every year, the blogger in me can’t resist but post a supper autumn-y recipe, after seeing hundreds of images of pumpkins and apples, how could I NOT share a recipe for one of these ingredients? It would make me a blogger who doesn’t care about seasons, right?Read More
I know it’s been a very long time friends and I had genuine intentions to post this recipe a few weeks ago but as you probably noticed, summer happened and it made me postpone a few blog posts on my editorial calendar #sorrynotsorry.Read More