Moroccan Bissara

Bissara is a Moroccan popular dish prepared from dried and peeled fava-beans or split peas ( for a greener color). This dish  is traditionally served for breakfast, lunch and even dinner…It’s light,creamy and somehow refreshing. Go back to the roots and nourish your soul with this special Moroccan soup or dip, whether you call it bissara or payssar(…

Beetroot soup

What I love the most about beetroot is its color; THE super power that can incredibly transform everything it touches into a work of art! The pink mutation is the perfect illustration of “la vie en rose”, Edith Piaf must have been singing about beetroot all the time!! This purplish-red root somehow manages to make everything…

Pumpkin soup

Each one of us used to hate veggies but there was always that certain veggie that we hated the most. As for me I had pumpkin-phobia, I’ve never EVER hated pumpkin more than I did few years ago when… … My family and I were invited for Ftour during Ramadan and so we were supposed…

Ice cream Hot chocolate

Winter is getting rough here in Morocco, yesterday people in Rabat were completly shocked to see graupel. Well, it wasn’t the first time… But we do have to admit that it has never been this intense before! You know, there is nothing more beautiful than a pure surface covered with snow. Euphoric white all over the ground,…

The best chocolate Brownies

Dear foodies, I didn’t have the chance before to thank you for 2016! But it wouldn’t have been the same without your support. I would like to thank each person who left a comment, a like, a direct message on the social medias and of course a special shoutout to the friends and camarades that meet…

Banana yogurt parfait

Hey foodies, this is my first post after exams… So it has to be special! The exams period is such a tiring period of time, and ain’t nothing better than this banana yogurt parfait topped with ice cream and a mesmerizing Nuttella sauce to cure all the pain! Ingredients: ( 1 cup) 1 cup Yogurt…

Double Choco Popcorn

Hey, I hope that you’re doing fine ( at least better than I do)… It’s been a while that I didn’t post a new recipe, SORRY!!!I have to be honest with you, studies got me like CRAZY! and sometimes you start questioning yourself if it is the life you’re seeking… I mean, are we supposed…

Cornflakes Snacks

Ain’t nothing better than a bowl of cornflakes with milk and a glass of orange juice in the morning… For those who can’t survive a day without breakfast,you know exactly how it feels. As for those who wake up 10 minutes before class and skip breakfast, you’re probably looking for a substitute. Maybe these  easy…

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…

COUSCOUS Tabbouleh

You know I’ve always believed that food is the only thing that can bring us together… One forgets about political opinions, religious beliefs, racial hatred… While eating, a person won’t start thinking where did this food come from? Who harvest it, Was it Jew? A Muslim?  Who cooked it, a republican or a socialist?  Food…

Beetroot VS Avocado Salad

Take the avocado beyond smoothies and incorporate it into this salad; what’s better than adding it into a perfectly artistically good looking Salad made with beetroot! Put it on the table and watch everyone’s eyes light up, it has all of the best flavors that you’re looking for… The sweetness, the soreness and the saltiness! So delicious and…

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…