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Category Archives: Sephardi Recipes

Dried Fruit Couscous Recipe. Meat and Poultry Variations.

24th of August, 2011

Dried Fruit Couscous Recipe

Couscous is wonderful and fun, the rock star of Moroccan cuisine. Couscous is native to Morocco, and the word refers to both the grain and the traditional dish made with the grain. It is semolina, or durum (the heart of the wheat kernel), ground to the consistency of coarse cornmeal...
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Yemenite Meat Halbah Soup Recipe

15th of August, 2011

Yemenite Meat Halbah

A meal onto itself, a wonderful comfort food.  All you need to round it out is some good bread and salad. All of you avoiding red meat, use a turkey thigh. A word about Halbah, fenugreek, which is the trademark ingredient of Yemenite cooking, and which gives the soup its...
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Moroccan Steel-Cut Oat Soup (Lahshou) Recipe

4th of August, 2011

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Is it any wonder I adore Moroccan Food, my first and most enduring culinary love? Who would believe a soup made with water, some grain and spices can turn up such a fabulous dish? such is the magic of our beloved Moroccan Seasonings. Just like that French Leo Ferre?Louis Aragon...
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Spicy Lettuce Chick Pea Salad Recipe

19th of July, 2011

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One of my favorites! All of you out there always asking how we turn a same old, same old salad into an exciting main course salad: You can glorify it even further by throwing in some leftover diced fish or chicken, or make it dairy, and throw in some crumbled...
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Upcoming Cooking Demo in NYC: Monday July 18th. Moroccan Feast. Salad Buffet. Gluten-Free

14th of July, 2011

We grew up eating no end of salads at almost every meal: Is it any wonder we loved our veggies and ate them without any prompting? I am even including a dessert salad. True to form, we will bake an authentic Moroccan bread to go with the feast so we...
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Upcoming Cooking Demo in NYC. Monday July 11th. Moroccan Feast Part 1: Breakfast and Lunch

1st of July, 2011

We never tire of Moroccan fare: these are wonderful breakfast and lunch dishes, for pennies and in minutes! So little work, so much flavor and nutrition: How do they do it? I’ll be demonstrating: Goat cheese green omelet Milk barley soup Couscous with tomatoes and roasted peppers Fish briks Anise...
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Chocolate Hazelnut Meringues Recipe

28th of May, 2011

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Chocolate Hazelnut Meringues Not so distant cousins of the French Macaroons, meringues are ethereally light and fragrant. There are no additions to the basic egg white-sugar whipped mixture that would not be perfectly suitable, only, as always, short and sweet selection please! Coconut, lemon, coffee etc. Ingredients: 4 egg whites Pinch...
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Filed under: Chocolate Recipes, Dairy-Free Recipes, Dessert Recipes, Eggs Recipes, Gluten Free Recipes, Nuts Recipes, Pareve Recipes, Passover Desserts Recipes, Pecan Recipes, Recipes, Sephardi Recipes, Vegetarian Recipes

Vegetarian Stuffed Artichoke Bottoms Recipe. Meat and Fish Variations

11th of May, 2011

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Artichokes: A great Sephardi favorite, we grew up in Morocco eating them in every shape and form, even for dessert.  Someone in the food industry, bless him, has done all the pesky job of snapping the leaves off the artichokes, and the even peskier job of scraping the fuzz off the artichoke...
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Upcoming Cooking Demo in NYC: Monday May 9th: Yom Haatzmaut Israeli Feast

4th of May, 2011

We will celebrate Israeli Independence Day right at the demo! I am including some of the great and fun dishes we were served during a recent trip to Israel, including a delightful and fun rose water-scented dessert. I’ll be demonstrating: Yemenite Halbah meat soup Zaatar-rubbed flat bread Stuffed artichoke bottoms...
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My Mother: Learning to Cook, the Sephardi Way

14th of April, 2011

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I am always asked whether I have received formal cooking training, and the answer – Machane Imma: I learned mostly from my mother – at first seems somewhat ambiguous, until I introduce her in earnest: My mother, known as Maman to the whole family and even to all our friends,...
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