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Discover unique and authentic recipes from the heart of North Africa. Rustic bastillas, sumptuous tagines, sugary treats  — there’s a delicious dish for everybody. Step by step, I will guide you through the simplest culinary processes, so you can try out exciting new meals and traditional methods of cooking.

Using fresh ingredients found in your local supermarket, you won’t need to travel overseas to bring a genuine taste of North Africa into your kitchen. From fusion recipes to family favorites, you can start by looking in your pantry! Discover dazzling ways to transform everyday staples with cinnamon, mint and lemons, or be inspired by exotic ingredients including turmeric, rose water and sesame.

For me, a huge part of the culinary experience is sharing and enjoying home-cooked food with the people I love. I invite you come on a journey into the heart of North Africa. I promise, it will be fun. Bsaha!

Love Nadia

Quick and Easy Moroccan Meatball Tagine (Mkaoura) – Shakshuka

Quick and Easy Moroccan Meatball Tagine (Mkaoura) – Shakshuka
Shakshuka is a very famous dish in Morocco and in Tunisia. Both countries share the same recipe and both countries LOVE it. The only difference is that in Morocco, this recipe is called Shakshuka, and in Morocco, it’s called Mkaoura. Shakshuka means “mixture” and it describes this dish perfectly as it is a mixture of …

Quick and Easy Moroccan Marinated Fish In The Oven -Tagra

Quick and Easy Moroccan Marinated Fish In The Oven -Tagra
If you’ve ever been to Morocco then you probably know that we’re famous for our Tagines, Couscous, Rfissa, and other traditional recipes. You’ll also know that we’re famous for our seas and our fish dishes as well. One of the fish dishes that I love the most is Tagra, or marinated fish in the oven. …

Moroccan Chermoula Marinated Fish In The Oven -Tagra

Moroccan Chermoula Marinated Fish In The Oven -Tagra
I love everything fish, be it a tagine or an oven dish. Fish dishes always tend to be so flavourful, lemony, fragrant and vibrant which is why I always like preparing fish dishes. It also makes me feel that I’m on the healthier side.  In Morocco, fish dishes are very popular, and we’re always used …

Quick and Easy Moroccan Lamb Tagine – Tagine B’Lhem

Quick and Easy Moroccan Lamb Tagine – Tagine B’Lhem
I’ve shared the recipe of the classical Moroccan Lamb Tagine not long ago, and now I’ve decided to share with you the quick and easy version of it. Moroccan Lamb Tagine can take quite some time to cook which is why I decided to share this recipe. Tagine is a cooking pot that is very …

Moroccan Lamb Tagine-Tagine B’Lhem

Moroccan Lamb Tagine-Tagine B’Lhem
Now to a classical, if you’re familiar with Moroccan cuisine then you’ll know that this one is a classic dish that is served in very important gatherings. Be it holidays, weddings or very special occasions. But, that doesn’t mean you can’t find it anywhere.  This classic dish is one of the most served dishes in …

Quick and Easy Moroccan Chicken Tagine-Tagine B’djaj

Quick and Easy Moroccan Chicken Tagine-Tagine B’djaj
If you’re an avid traveller and have been to Morocco before, then you must have tasted Moroccan Tagine. A lot of my friends who’ve been to Morocco before, ask me all the time about this recipe because they want to learn how to make this Tagine at home, and that’s why I decided to create …

Moroccan Preserved Lemon Chicken Tagine -Tagine B’djaj

Moroccan Preserved Lemon Chicken Tagine -Tagine B’djaj
If you’ve ever been to Morocco then you’ll quickly get to know that one of the famous dishes that we take pride in, is chicken Tagine. Why? Because it’s simply delightful, delicious and perfect. It’s a balanced dish with enough protein, carbs and fat for you to keep you going throughout your day. Moroccan Tagine …

Moroccan Meatball Tagine (Mkaoura) – Shakshuka

Moroccan Meatball Tagine (Mkaoura) – Shakshuka
Originally from Tunisia (my father’s homeland), you will find Shakshuka a very common dish across North Africa and the Middle East. In Tunisia, Shakshuka means ‘a mixture’ and it is traditionally eaten with green and red peppers. In Morocco, we don’t call it Shakshuka, just Tagine with meatballs and eggs or ‘Mkaoura’. It’s traditionally eaten at …

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