Blueberry Crumb Muffins

Good evening, If you are following me on Instagram you probably know the news… If not, I am glad to announce to you that I am officially a graduate from the National school of Management. Last Friday, I took part of the graduation ceremony and gave one last speech! It was tremendous; my favorite part…

Homemade Brioche

Happy Saturday Everyone, So it’s been a week since we started fasting the Holly Ramadan in Morocco. I have been experiencing so many new recipes everyday… I am trying to follow a healthy life style by avoiding Deep-fried foods.  They are unhealthy because they tend to be very high in fat and calories wich increases risk for…

Surimi egg rolls

Surimi makes a wonderful snack all by itself, but what if we turn it into a light, easy to pack meal sponsored by the number one ingredient that all students have at home? You’ll get a stuffed tamagoyaki with surimi!! So you’ll be asking me what is Tamagoyaki?  It’s the common type of cooked eggs…

Almond Ghriba

Dear foodies, I’m really happy to share with you this special moroccan recipe, we call this “ghriba bahla”.  Ghriba= mysterious Bahla = silly I’m not really sure why are we calling it this way but the legend says that this Moroccan cookie was first introduced by people from Andalusia who fled the region to come and…

Moroccan Baghrir

Baghrir is my favorite kind of pancakes, it has nothing to do with the typical American pancakes! Moroccan pancakes AKA baghrir are more spongy, bubbly and tender… They are usually served with honey and a cup of Moroccan mint tea.

Pancakes

My sister and I have this crazy relationship in which you get into fights all the time and then pretend that nothing happens, have you ever experienced that? I mean imagine yourself fighting over the TV or the last piece of a chocolate cake! Isn’t it frustrating but somehow lovely because we know that no…

Pain perdu – lost bread-

 I’ve always loved sunday’s mornings, my mom would make us some “Pain perdu” (Lost bread) or “Pain doré”, (Golden bread) which  consist of using the rest of an old baguette soaking it into eggs and milk and then frying it.  A dear friend of mine have always found its name weird in a funny way,…

Moroccan Crêpes: Baghrir

The thousand holes pancakes or crêpes reminds me of Arabian nights: A journey of One Thousand and One Night ! A voyage through authentic moroccan kitchen in its simplest way … Baghrir is one of The Moroccoan kitchen wonders! I’ve just came back from school and I was homesick xd I thought that maybe trying…

Japaneese Egg roll:Tamagoyaki

  I was really obssesed with japanese culture, I used to read mangas and watch animes all day long and dreaming about going to Japan at night… I took some classes in Karate and learned few words in japaneese… See How much I was obssessed with Japan !! For this weeks’ receipe, I’ll introduce to…

Crêpes: the classic recipe & the NO EGG recipe

I still remember the first time I made crêpes…  In two words: BIG MESS! The result: NO eatable crêpes… It reminds me also of that time when my bestie Chaimae was staying up the night at my house and decided to make me some chocolate crêpes… Okay, the idea was great but the execution was…