Moroccan Mint Tea Infused Chocolate Truffles

Moroccan Mint Tea Infused Chocolate Truffles

MyMoroccanFood.com !生日快乐!

Can you believe this? It has been already one year since I postedmy 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.

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英航ked stuffed apples with almonds, raisins and orange blossom

英航ked stuffed apples with almonds, raisins and orange blossom

Summer is not “officially” over, I know, but apple season has kicked off and we have to make the most out of them! As long as I am not using anything pumpkin as an ingredient, I won’t be blamed for embracing autumn a few weeks in advance, right? This makes me interestingly aware that before I realize it, it will soon be the end of 2017! Hello 31/12/2016’s resolutions, where have you been? We were supposed to be good this year. Oh well!

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Moroccan Chicken Kebabs + Fennel and Orange Herb Salad

Moroccan Chicken Kebabs + Fennel and Orange Herb Salad

Last weekend was great, the sun was out all over London and the weather was slightly crisp. I love these February days in London when I still have to wear layers of clothes but somehow I can’t leave the house without my sunglasses. This put me in such a good mood that I decided to cook something summery and by that I mean, light and colourful!

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Quick Pistachio, Lemon Zest and Ras El Hanout Bastila – Or How to Make the Best Out of Your Poultry Leftovers

Quick Pistachio, Lemon Zest and Ras El Hanout Bastila – Or How to Make the Best Out of Your Poultry Leftovers

Do you remember when I madebastila? It was about 9 months ago AND it was my first post, can you believe this?! 2015 is practically over.

I chose to launch my blog with bastila because; first, of all the Moroccan dishes, it is one of my favourite and I think generally speaking literally everyone LOVES bastila. Second, because bastila usually requires a fairly long preparation time and doing it for the blog felt like a big deal back then. So I chose it mainly to challenge myself.

英航stila is the most famous Moroccan dish and it has been adapted by many chefs internationally; chefs very often choose to substitute chicken withduckand also add their ownmagicaltwist to this Moroccan classic.

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Beetroot, Goat Cheese and Orange Salad + Candied Walnuts

Beetroot, Goat Cheese and Orange Salad + Candied Walnuts

Everyone knows goat cheese and beetroot go perfectly together. In London, I have tried at least a dozen versions of the famous goat cheese and beetroot salad and loved all of them.

One day I just thought, why not give a Moroccan twist to this great combination of ingredients?

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