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picture of recipeHoney Almond Briouats Recipe
butter,    orange flower water,    phyllo pastry,    marzipan,    almond,    honey,    almond essence
A Moroccan delight! Delicious with hot sweetened cardamom infused coffee after dinner or as a snack with a cold glass of milk mixed with a splash of orange flower water. They look impressive enough to...

picture of recipeAmlou Recipe - Moroccan Dip of Almonds, Honey and Argan Oil
argan oil,    almond,    salt,    honey,    sugar
Amlou is a delicious Moroccan dip made from toasted almonds, argan oil and honey. It's very easy to make, and usually served for breakfast or tea time.
Preheat an oven to 375° F (190...

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picture of recipeChocolate Fondue L'afrique Recipe
vanilla extract,    chocolate,    amarula,    whipped cream
Enjoy this easy-to-make, elegant chocolate dessert fondue starring South Africa's famous butterscotch-flavored Amarula liqueur that's distilled from the fruit of the amarula or 'elephant t...

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picture of recipeEasy Homemade Ricotta Cheese Recipe
salt,    lemon juice,    creme freche,    cream,    milk
Making your own fresh cheese is quicker and easier than you think.
Combine the milk, cream and salt in a saucepan. Bring the mixture to a boil then immediately remove the pan from the heat. Stir in t...

picture of recipeRich Tea Scones Recipe
butter,    eggs,    salt,    baking powder,    sugar,    milk,    flour
These are absolutely the best for a Saturday afternoon tea-time treat! Serve with a good jam or preserve topped with whipped cream or just plain with a little butter.
1   Sift dry ingredients together....

picture of recipeKoushary Recipe
butter,    oil,    salt,    rice,    pasta,    water
I have not tried this side dish yet but I am longing to do so . The recipe was in Sunday Life. Apparently koushary is commonly sold as street food in Egypt and often includes tomato and lentils.
1   He...

picture of recipeMandazi African Breakfast Pastry) Recipe
butter,    eggs,    baking powder,    sugar,    milk,    flour
This is a delicious donut-like pastry. Serve them warm for breakfast with a nice hot cup of chai.
1   Mix all the ingredients together, adding more flour if necessary. The dough should be soft, but not...

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Liberian Pound Cake

picture of recipeMoroccan Crusted Tilapia With Mango And Cilantro Recipe
canola oil,    pepper,    coriander,    cumin,    mango,    tilapia,    salt
Easy fry! Try it!
mix spread the coriander and cumin evenly on top of tilapia fillets. dash with salt and pepper. fry until golden brown. top with cubed mango and cilantro. serve with hot white rice. ...

picture of recipeHomemade Warqa Recipe - Homemade Brick Pastry
durum flour,    gluten flour,    semolina,    oil,    salt,    water
Try this easy method for making homemade warqa, which can be used to make bastillas, briouats and sweet pastries.
1. Process the warqa ingredients together in a food processor or blender for one or tw...

picture of recipeDukkah Recipe
pistachio,    macadamia nut,    almond,    sesame seed,    pepper,    coriander seed,    cumin,    salt
Dukkah (pronounced 'do -kah') is an Egyptian blend of coarsely ground nuts and spices. Use it in Recipe#304556 or by dipping bread in extra virgin olive oil then into the dukkah. Or use dukkah...

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