Category: Morocco

Moroccan Barbequed Lamb Burgers

Enjoy the sizzle of the barbeque as these delicious burgers with a Moroccan twist grill to perfection.

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By Jackie DeKnock

Chicken Tagine with Sweet Potatoes (Tagine Djaje Bi Batata Hloua)

This tagine recipe comes to you from our Exotic Morocco Culinary Vacation. It’s simple and easy to assemble!

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By Jackie DeKnock

Moroccan Spiced Meatballs with Eggs in Tomato Sauce (Kefta Tajine)

THE best Moroccan Meatball dish ever…and I do mean ever! I know it sounds like a really unusual combination of flavours, but it really, really works together. Try it, you’ll LOVE it!

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By Jackie DeKnock

Carrot Salad with Chilli Pepper and Cumin (Khizü M’rqed)

Ahhhh, the delicious taste of Moroccan carrots. This dish is so simple and quick to prepare and the results delicious!

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By Jackie DeKnock

Cumin Scented Kabobs with Minted Yogurt Dip

A taste of Morocco!

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Roast Chicken Charmoula

Charmoula is a kind of relish-marinade of finely sliced or torn herbs with various names, the name is derived from the word meaning “to tear lightly.”

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By Jackie DeKnock

Moroccan Inspired Grilled Steak with Onion Chutney

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By Jackie DeKnock

Carrots with Chilli Pepper & Cumin

Ahhhh carrots! It may be the shape that does it for some people, but carrots also contain vitamins that are important in hormone production.

Chili peppers do double-duty - they heat up the body, increase blood flow and cause the brain to release endorphins - the feel-good chemical. Many cultures throughout history have used peppers as an aphrodisiac. Garlic is just used for slight flavouring in this dish, another bonus is that it contains allicin, which increases blood flow. The result may be improved stamina and sexual energy. Why not love your garlic!

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By Jackie DeKnock