Blog Posts - Harissa



Moroccan Spices: Top 10 Ingredients for Cooking Moroccan Food

Souks are home to some of the best Moroccan spices. A spice market boasts of a colorful bevy of exotic, flavorful spices that lend the mouth-watering quality to Moroccan food. The Moroccans cook their dishes in the best fresh spices and mixes. Bringi...
by So Moroccan on Jul 7, 2016

Chicken Feta Quesadilla with Harissa Salsa

I hardly ever make quesadillas… I don’t know why. They’re super easy to make and you can get creative with the fillings. Here, I did just that! I bought some fresh, handmade corn tortillas from… The post Chicken Feta Quesadilla wi...
by That Square Plate on Apr 26, 2016

Moroccan Zoodles with a Tomato-Harissa Sauce

So I wanted to try out a new ingredient tonight. Harissa… Have you heard of it?! I think it’s gonna be the new ‘thing’ … like the new Sriracha. If you don’t agree, it’s ok,… The post Moroccan Zoodles wi...
by That Square Plate on Apr 17, 2016

Pate tunisienne au poulet (a l’harissa)

Continue reading Pate tunisienne au poulet (a l’harissa) at La cuisine de Djouza .
by cuisinez avec djouza on Mar 27, 2016

Shakshuka

By Jillian Bedell Every year without fail, our lives look entirely different than they did the year before. At this time 12 months ago I was flying across the country with a wild-haired, newly-minted 3-year-old who was mostly amenable though always...

Recipe: Harissa Roasted Chickpeas and Aubergine with Sweet Potato Mash

Harissa is a North African spice paste, usually made with a base of chilli peppers, paprika, garlic and olive oil, plus variety of other spices which vary between regions.  Its now widely available in UK supermarkets, and a fantastic way to add a s...
by The Veg Space on Sep 10, 2015

Cinnamon rubbed salmon with couscous & harissa yogurt

This is another good recipe for a quick midweek meal. It’s on the table within half an hour and is a great meal for the summer as it’s very light. Kieran doesn’t really like rice, so cous cous is more of a staple grain for us. It...
by Full as an Egg on Jun 6, 2015

Harissa Spiced Moroccan Slow Cooker Chicken

BrightonYourHealth - Serving You Health Tips | one.bite.at.a.time. Adding harissa to foods is a hot way to kick winter. This light, healthy, flavorful harissa chicken is cooked in a slow cooker to bring out maximum punch. Harissa Spiced Moroc...
by brightonyourhealth on Jan 23, 2015

Tunisian Seared Lamb with Harissa

Harissa is a deliciously bold, spicy sauce common in North African cuisine. A mixture of chiles, fragrant spices, and a little lemon give harissa a balance of dynamic flavors. The cuisines of Tunisia, Libya, and Algeria feature generous amounts of ha...
by The Briny Lemon on Jan 6, 2015

Cooking with my Partner Makes the Moment: Moroccan Spiced Chicken [Sponsored Post]

This easy Moroccan Spiced Chicken with vegetables is bursting with flavor but quick enough to make that you can serve on a weeknight. Honestly it took me awhile to really love cooking. Baking I get. I love to bake. I love to throw things into a bowl,...
by Eat the Love on Nov 17, 2014

Fagioli con peperoni

Ingredienti per 6 persone 200 gr. di Fagioli bianchi secchi (cannellini o coco) o fagioli bianchi in scatola, 600 gr. di polpa di pomodoro o pomodori a dadini, 1 peperone rosso, 1 spicchio d’aglio, 2 cipolle, 1 cucchiaio di foglioline di prezze...
by *ieri & oggi in cucina* on Nov 12, 2014

Leftovers rule! Chic on a Morocco trip

I am still in a mood to talk about leftovers and all the fabulous dishes you can create with odd bits of “scraps”. Today I’m unleashing my “little” brother into the kitchen to take yesterdays pulled chicken on a Moroccan...
by Greedy Foodster on Aug 24, 2014

Spice Taster Panel – Ras Al Hanut and Organic Harissa with Rose

  SPICE – SEASON – SAVOUR Welcome back to our taster panel, where this time our resident testers have been spicing it up with Ras al Hanut and organic Harissa with Rose.   We’ve had a great response and thought we’d share some of t...
by Steenbergs on Jun 13, 2014

Homemade Harissa – Spicy Red Pepper Sauce

Recipe: Homemade Harissa – Spicy Red Pepper Sauce Summary: If you have never heard of Harissa it is a spicy sauce used in a lot of Moroccan cooking. Typically it is used as a garnish, with eggs, or sometimes it can be mixed into dishes too.Text...
by What2Cook on May 28, 2014

Spicy Moroccan Lamb Burger

Recipe: Spicy Moroccan Lamb Burger Summary: Trending spice alert! Harissa is a super-versatile North African condiment made from hot peppers, spices, and more. Try this zingy paste to kick it up! A refreshing honey-yogurt-harissa sauce is an unexpect...
by What2Cook on May 28, 2014

Butternut Squash with Harissa and Coconut Milk

    The sweet, smooth butternut squash melds with the silky coconut milk spiked with harissa. Sometimes opposites work really well and this was one of those times.  It is kind of hard to describe fusion of flavors…and a lingering o...
by eCurry on May 13, 2014

Fridge clear-out

Ones again my house looks like a bunker. It’s full to the brink with boxes, bubble wrap everywhere, half packed, half spread out…absolute mess. “Helped” by a curious toddler, pulling and dragging things, most times bigger than...
by Greedy Foodster on Mar 26, 2014

Harissa Marinated Minced Meat Kebab

    I am riding the Harissa wave again. It happens once in a while in my life when I want to  using this ravishing condiment in about anything I cook.   The kebabs are quite simple to make. If you already have the harissa they are...
by eCurry on Mar 26, 2014

Ottolenghi’s ultieme winter couscous

Ingrediënten voor 4 personen: 2 wortels; in stukken van 2 cm gesneden, 2 pastinaken; in stukken van 2 cm gesneden, 8 sjalotjes, 2 kaneelstokjes, 4 steranijs, 3 laurierblaadjes, 5 eetlepels olijfolie, 1/2 theelepel gemberpoeder, 1/4 theelepe...
by De Ruijsbroekjes on Feb 24, 2014

Harissa Chicken with wheat Recipe

Harisa (Chicken with wheat) Ingredients (4 people): 1 chicken a pound of wheat 3 medium onions salt – pepper butter MINERVA red pepper Execution: We have the wheat in water soaking from the previous evening and the boil the next morning. Boil t...
by Fun Around the World on Nov 27, 2013


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