Tag Archives: Moroccan cuisine

Amal Women’s Training Centre and Marrakech Restaurant

Restaurant in Marrakech Amal

We are so pleased that Amal Women’s Training Center and Moroccan Restaurant have won this award. We have much admired their work – combining good food, great value and a charitable component that helps women in need in Marrakech.

Congratulations from Riad Sapphire and Spa – our riad in Marrakech run as a luxury boutique hotel

 

Recipes from Riad Sapphire and Spa Marrakech

We publish the recipes for the Moroccan dishes served in our riad in Marrakech. Check out our website for the latest –

Moroccan fish tagine with chermoula

fish tajin with chermoula Moroccan recipeAlready featured:

Baghrir (or beghrir) Moroccan pancakes

Carrot and coriander soup

Aubergine salad

Moroccan lamb tagine

Tagin of chicken with preserved lemons and olives

Bon appetit!

Baghrir Moroccan pancakes

Baghrir (or beghrir) are delicious Moroccan pancakes – best described by the French words for it – mille trous – a thousand holes. We often serve them in our riad in Marrakesh–Riad Sapphire and Spa, luxury boutique hotel in the medina of Marrakesh.

Come and try them out. Bon appetit!

baghrir pancakes with honey Marrakech Morocco
For great recipes, visit our site
http://www.riadsapphire.com/blog/riad-sapphire-and-spa-recipes.htm

The Food of Morocco by Paula Wolfert

Moroccan cookery book

food-of-morocco-Paula-Wolfert-cookery book Marrakech

We just have to share our enthusiasm for this fabulous book The Food of Morocco by Paula Wolfert which has been receiving rave reviews. She has an impeccable pedigree having won the prestigious Julia Child Award three times, The James Beard Award five times, The M. F. K. Fisher Award, The Tastemaker Award and been a finalist for the British Andre Simon Award.

You can tell that this has been a labour of love with incredible attention to detail. Paula Wolfert is passionate about Moroccan cuisine having spent almost 50 years in pursuit of authentic Moroccan food.

Lavishly photographed and packed with tantalizing recipes, The Food of Morocco also provides helpful tips on preparation techniques. For anyone seriously interested in Morrocan cuisine this is the perfect companion to her classic, Couscous and Other Good Food from Morocco.

For more information go to http://www.paula-wolfert.com/index.html

 

A Month in Marrakech

andy Harris Moroccan cookery book Marrakesh

We suspect that Andy Harris probably spent a little longer than a month researching and eating his way around Marrakech in order to produce this fabulous cookbook. Published by Australian publishers Hardie Grant, this book is for sale worldwide via Amazon and features all the different tastes and culinary diversity that Marrakech has to offer.

The excellent food photography by David Loftus makes the recipes incredibly appealing. We especially like the way that the book is laid out – starting with breakfast through to desserts. Also, many of the recipes featured include ingredients that you are likely to have at home, as well as some harder-to-find together items which can be found nowadays in most big city supermarkets and specialist shops. Recipes include things you’d expect like stuffed baby vegetables, harissa, mint tea and green bean salad, and things you might not, like Figs with Almond Milk Ice Cream and Orange Flower Donuts. Delicious!

You can order the book on Amazon: http://www.amazon.co.uk

 

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