Moroccan vegetables and chickpeas Recipe | delicious. Magazine free recipes I baked the chickpeas with the veggies and had to bake it for nearly twice the recommended time to get the eggplant cooked through. It was delicious though!
Harira is a soup native to Morocco and Algeria. It is traditionally served during Ramadan to break the day's fast, but it also sometimes eaten after celebrations or feasts. With lamb, chickpeas, and angel hair pasta, this harira is hearty enough to be a stand-alone meal, especially on cold winter nights.
This chicken dish is absolutely luxurious- a mash-up between a curry and thai-style seasonings, with chicken thighs prepared using French technique. I substituted sweet potato for the butternut squash. This one goes in the meal rotation for sure!
Harira (Moroccan lamb, tomato & lentil soup) recipe - Heat the oil in a large saucepan over medium-high heat. Season the lamb, then in batches, cook, turning, for minutes until browned. Remove from the pan and set aside. Add the...
Moroccan Tagine of Lamb or Beef with Prunes Recipe - Next time - thin slice most of the onions, grate some. Increase liquid in meat and prunes to reduce more syrup. Add slightly more spices than suggested.