Easy is my middle name when it comes to mid-week meals, and when it comes to dinner this easy taco recipe with a Moroccan twist can’t get simpler. No cooking involved and make your family assemble their own tacos!
Perfect for a winter party, this impressive appetizer can be made ahead, or can be served as a sumptuous dinner, served over fluffy cous cous, rice or quinoa. Pair with a red wine and you are set.
This lentil salad is loaded with protein-power lentils, fresh and crunchy vegetables, sweet and intriguing apricots and an oriental dressing that is a small spice explosion in your mouth! Enjoy the different textures, colors, and tastes and feel yourself transported to another world.
With a Moroccan twist, this spiced eggplant caponata is perfect over pasta with sweet golden raisins and fresh parsley for a simple weeknight meal to serve a crowd of hungry friends.
Individually, the braised chicken and couscous recipes are delicious. Put them together for a Moroccan meal that works for everyday or impressing guests.
Tara Stevens went to the ancient Moroccan city of Fez, and ended up writing “Clock Book” – an appetizing cookbook about a modern café at the center of a small medieval village.