Blog Posts - Moroccan



Chicken Tagine and Sweet Potatoes Recipe

Are you bored with the same kind of food that you are eating every day? How about trying something completely new and unique like the chicken Tagine? People, today, are becoming more and more adventurous when it comes to eating different types of foo...
by So Moroccan on Dec 11, 2016

Morocco holidays: Popular festivities & Celebrations

Morocco holidays- Are you planning your holidays in Morocco? Well, it is going to be something really special.  Especially that this dream destination has so many things to do and see.  Morocco is the juncture where East meets West and is also a st...
by So Moroccan on Dec 4, 2016

Moroccan Lamb Tagine, Vegetable Couscous and Preserved Lemon Yoghurt Dip Recipe

 Moroccan Lamb Tagine, Vegetable Couscous and Preserved Lemon Yoghurt DipThis is an authentic Moroccan lamb tagine (slow-cooked stew made of spiced meat and vegetables with couscous). To make the flavours pop, serve with preserved lemon yoghurt...
by Arabic Food Recipes on Dec 1, 2016

Harira Soup Recipe

Harira SoupHarira Soup is a famous Moroccan soup that's especially popular during Ramadan. This classic recipe uses tomatoes, chickpeas and lentils. View our recipe below!IngredientsFor the SoupLamb diced 200 gKnorr Corn Oil (4x5L) 30 mlOnion, small...
by Lebanese Recipes on Nov 17, 2016

Aker Fassi: Moroccan women’ Secret to a Glowing Skin & Other Incredible Uses & Tips !

Those well-versed with Moroccan cosmetics must have heard the term Aker Fassi. If yes, you have unlocked the secret of beautiful Moroccan women, and in case you are unfamiliar with it, then behold –you are about to know one of the most potent Moroc...
by So Moroccan on Sep 2, 2016

Crispy Moroccan Lamb Rolls Recipe

Crispy Moroccan Lamb RollsLamb is my choice as for this Crispy Moroccan Lamb Rolls as it delivers on flavour and is more authentic for a moroccan dish. The spice of the harissa in the sauce and the sweetness of the icing sugar and cinnamon create the...
by Lebanese Recipes on Aug 26, 2016

Moroccan lamb pastillas recipe

yummly.comPastilla is a pie. Moroccan, or Moorish in origin (everything Moorish is so moreish! Excuse the pathetic pun), meat-filled, filo, brik or werqa pastry covered and flavoured sweet and salty – heaven in taste. Quite different to a stodgy st...
by Lebanese Recipes on Aug 26, 2016

Almost-Spit-Roasted Moroccan Lamb Recipe

Almost-Spit-Roasted Moroccan LambDavid Tanis | Yield 8 to 10 servings | Time 5 to 6 hours For special occasions in Morocco, a whole lamb is turned on a spit over coals for hours, until the exterior is browned and crisp, with tender juicy meat within.
by Lebanese Recipes on Aug 25, 2016

Where to Buy Moroccan Oil? You Must-See these Tips before…

Moroccan oil or Argan oil is extremely good for both the hair and skin – if you wish to enhance your beauty and maintain it, Moroccan argan oil treatment is the best way to go about it. If you are looking for where to buy moroccan oil or pure Argan...
by So Moroccan on Aug 23, 2016

Casbah: Stunning Decor Ideas and Inspirations

Casbah or Kasbah is a very popular Moroccan design, well-known for its luxurious and elegant aspects. As interior designer Vanessa De Vargas says – “Moroccan styles are timeless”, which is true as Casbah inspired décor ideas are ruling the roo...
by So Moroccan on Aug 20, 2016

Prickly Pear Oil: Amazing Benefits of the Rare Expensive extract

The term prickly pear oil isn’t uncommon these days – it is definitely being touted as the next big thing in the world of skin care. People are talking about its many advantages and how it can improve the skin and restore youthfulness too. What i...
by So Moroccan on Aug 15, 2016

Moroccan Curtains: Decor Ideas and Inspirations

Moroccan curtains and drapes are very much in style nowadays, even more so because of their gorgeous and intricate designs. A single glance is enough to be captivated by Moroccan print curtains and their lovely colors. They can be used to turn plain...
by So Moroccan on Aug 12, 2016

Moroccan sugar body scrub for a Gorgeous Skin

Sugar body scrub is commonly applied to make the skin look refreshed.  It is used as an exfoliation method to get rid of dead skin cells. Most sugar body scrubs contain sugar granules mixed with other natural ingredients such as oils or juice extrac...
by So Moroccan on Aug 11, 2016

Top 10 Mediterranean Food to try at Least Once in a Lifetime.

What pops into your mind when you visualize Mediterranean food? The common misconception is that this type of cuisine mainly consists of pitas and hummus, and little else. However, the cuisine of countries surrounding the Mediterranean Sea, is extre...
by So Moroccan on Aug 9, 2016

Couscoussier: Top 5 Things You Need to Know !

A couscoussier is used to whip up a delicious meal of couscous and prepare the stew to be poured on top of it at the same time. It is a kind of traditional North African cookware. It looks very much like an over-sized double boiler, except that the t...
by So Moroccan on Aug 8, 2016

Charles Aznavour to Perform in North America in October 2016

French Singer and songwriter Charles Aznavour announces new dates for his North America Tour 2016.  At 92 years old, the master singer will give concerts in 5 cities.  He is expected to perform on Oct. 15 at the Theater at Madison Square Garden in...
by So Moroccan on Aug 8, 2016

Prince Moulay Rachid of Morocco Wins the Travelers Pro-Am USA

His Royal Highness Prince Moulay Rachid of Morocco won the 2016 Travelers Championship Pro-Am,  reports Matt Ginella of the Golf Channel. The tournament took place at TPC River Highlands in Connecticut, USA. HRH Prince Moulay Rachid who is a golf a...
by So Moroccan on Aug 6, 2016

THE BRAZIL OLYMPICS JUST STARTED & ALREADY A MUSLIM IS ATTEMPTING TO RAPE?

MUSLIM MOROCCAN BOXER THE SAME TYPES OF PEOPLE (MOROCCANS) WHO FACEBOOK HIRES TO MODERATE THEIR SITE AND WHO MODERATE AMERICANS OFF THE PLATFORM WHEN THEY MENTION TRUTHS ABOUT ISLAM AND Continue reading...
by The Politics of Everything on Aug 5, 2016

Moroccan Carrot Salad Recipe

Moroccan cuisine is rich in flavor and taste. The preserved ingredients like lemons, olives and carrots add a shine to the recipes with the unique mediterranean taste. The salads and side dishes play a huge role in Moroccan food. Moroccan salads are...
by So Moroccan on Aug 4, 2016

Fez: Top 10 Things to Do and See

Located in the amazing land of Morocco,  the city of Fez is an incredible travel destination. The oldest University of the world, Qarawiyyin University is located in this city. It is often compared with the city of Jerusalem, as Fez is also a walled...
by So Moroccan on Aug 2, 2016


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