Tag Archives: Moroccan

The Food of Morocco by Paula Wolfert: Cookbook Review and Recipe

Moroccan food, cuisine, amlou, North African, Paula Wolfert

I’ve been following Paula Wolfert, food writer and expert of Moroccan cuisine for many years. She has written numerous books on clay pot cooking and Moroccan cuisine, both of which have intrigued me immensly since my first trip there in 1995. Her latest book, The Food of Morocco, is a real treasure of collected recipes, photos capturing the Moroccan landscape, and antectodes of ... Read More »

Spice Up Your Life with this Harissa Giveaway!

Mina Harissa Giveaway | My Halal Kitchen

Have you ever had harissa, that hot and spicy condiment made red by combining chili peppers, garlic and perhaps some dry-roasted spices, then thrown into North African soups and stews for added flavor? I liken harissa to the French pistou of North African cusine because, much like pistou, it is typically added to finished dishes for the fresh and pungent flavor it provides, to top ... Read More »

Chocolate Mousse Cups | ‘Eid Bazaar Baking

Handmade Moroccan Candles

I had the great fortune of being able to do a little baking for a local school bazaar this past weekend. Teachers were raising money to fund the children’s Hajj re-enactment program where the kids learn how to properly perform the Hajj, or pilgrimage to Mecca. You see, it’s Hajj ‘season’, meaning that most piligrims from all over the world ... Read More »

Moroccan Stuffed Leg of Lamb: An ‘Eid Dish Your Guests Will Savor

‘Eid Mubarak! (Blessed ‘Eid!) to everyone who celebrates, and for those who don’t it just means that the blessed month of Ramadan is over and so is our daily fasting. It shouldn’t go without mentioning that out of love and respect for the poor, hungry and deprived of the world, we Muslims who are fortunate enough to fill our bellies should ... Read More »