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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

Ras El Hanout: Secret to Make the Moroccan Spice at Home

Anyone who is familiar with Indian cuisine would know the importance of ‘garam masala’. It is a spice mix which is used in most of their savory dishes to bring about a unique taste in their food. Ras el Hanout is of similar nature as well. Althou...
by So Moroccan on Jul 17, 2016

Moroccan Restaurant: A First Timer’s Guide to Moroccan Food

While Morocco is known for its sandy terrains, bustling market streets and timeless architecture, it is always the food that makes one fall for the Country all over again.  Food is a big part of Moroccan tourism. Moroccan cuisine is a delightful dan...
by So Moroccan on Jul 12, 2016

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

Moroccan Restaurant NYC: 6 Favorites from Locals You Don’t Want to Miss

What’s the best moroccan restaurant nyc? Moroccan food has been quite the hype in New York City.  The city boasts of amazing Mediterranean restaurants and eateries for those with a taste for the tantalizing Middle Eastern flavors. Food lovers...
by So Moroccan on Jun 30, 2016

Moroccan Stew: Delicious Ideas & Recipes

Moroccan Stew- For people that love to cook, sometimes stepping outside of the typical comfort zone to create something different is the most exciting part of all.  You’re taking things to the next level by trying a new dish, a new technique or so...
by So Moroccan on Jun 16, 2016

Iftar: Delicious Ideas for Your Ramadan Table

As Ramadan fast is here, those of Muslim faith are living this holly month of inner reflection and outer atonement.  Forgoing food and beverages from the time the sun rises until after it sets, the fast must be broken with a proper Iftar, the meal t...
by So Moroccan on Jun 9, 2016

Kefta tagine with cauliflower & saffron salad

More meatballs. I know. I need to just rename this blog to ‘Full as a meatball’ and be done with it.   I promise you, this recipe is interesting though. This is a really easy tagine to make that uses regular store cupboard ingre...
by Full as an Egg on Jun 8, 2016

5 Insane (But True) Things about Tagine recipes

Unfamiliar word, is it? Well, worry not because we’ll take you to the tagin-ous journey of scrumptious delights and some famous foreign dishes decoding the fun facts about them! Ever wondered what a tagine is? Ever thought of using it? No? It’s a...
by So Moroccan on May 11, 2016

Steal of the Week: Moroccan Tagine under $20

Moroccan Tagine or tajine is a traditional stew that is slow-cooked and served in a Terracotta conical shaped cookware.  The traditional moroccan tagine used to be slow cooked over charcoal  but newer versions like this one are mainly made f...
by So Moroccan on Jan 7, 2016

Recipe: Lemony Sweet Potato & Olive Tagine (& my Cranks Supperclub!)

This is a sponsored post I’ve raved about Cranks before when I partnered with them on my Homity Pie re-vamp, Swiss-Style Homity Pie, so when they got in touch to ask if I would be interested in hosting a Cranks Supperclub to celebrate the lau...
by The Veg Space on Dec 10, 2015

Chicken Tagine

This Moroccan dish is called ‘tagine’ because that is what it is traditionally cooked in. Like this: Moroccan Tagine pot I cook mine in a dutch oven, but same concept. This dish is best with chicken on the bone. I used a whole chicken, bu...
by Misangela.com on Dec 6, 2015

Spiced duck & date tagine

This is a recipe for the slow cooker, which is an essential piece of equipment for me. I love dishes that you can spend 10 minutes preparing in the morning and when you get home, dinner is waiting for you. We live in an apartment building and I can&#...
by Full as an Egg on May 10, 2015

Moroccan Tagine of Beef or Lamb with Prunes Recipe

The Tagine of beef or lamb with prunes is a classic and one of the most famous and popular moroccan tagines.  This sweet spicy moroccan dish will surely vow your weekend guests! Ingredients (serves 4-6) 2-3 pounds shanks of beef or lamb 2 medium...
by So Moroccan on Mar 21, 2015

Best Moroccan chicken with Olives and Preserved Lemon Recipe

This is one of the most famous and popular moroccan tagines and dishes.  For a different version, you can brown the chicken in the oven after it has cooked. Ingredients (serves 4-6) 1 whole chicken (about 3-4 pounds) or pieces of chicken 2 medium si...
by So Moroccan on Mar 20, 2015

Tajine Recipe , Tajine the Recipe and The Most Famous Variants

Tajine Recipe – Tajine the recipe and the most famous variants – Tajine, a recipe and the most famous variants! The tajine (pronounced “tascin”) is a recipe typical dish of North African cuisine, and then widespread in Morocc...
by Idea Of Time on Feb 5, 2015

Tajine mit Rindfleisch, Pflaumen und Aprikosen

Tajine mit Rindfleisch, Pflaumen, Aprikosen und HonigDie (auch der) Tajine, Tagine oder auch Tadschiin bezeichnet in der nordafrikanischen Küche ein rundes, aus Lehm gebranntes Schmorgefäß mit gewölbtem oder spitzem, d.h. konischem Deckel, als au...
by Meine Kochlust on Feb 1, 2015

Marvellous Meatfree Moroccan Tagine

There are a couple of spice mixes that I am really into right now. Well, I say right now. The love in has been going on for at least a year, and shows no sign of abating yet. Za’atar, a middle Eastern sumac based spice mix and the Moroccan ess...

Marrakech Cooking Class

Overview: Learn how to prepare a Moroccan meal on a 6-hour cookery class on the outskirts of Marrakech. Make a real tagine, bake local bread, and be taught the secrets of couscous. Then sit down […]...
by agadir excursions on Dec 27, 2014

Marrakech Cooking Class

Overview: Learn how to prepare a Moroccan meal on a 6-hour cookery class on the outskirts of Marrakech. Make a real tagine, bake local bread, and be taught the secrets of couscous. Then sit down […]...
by agadir excursions on Dec 27, 2014


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