Moroccan Sweet Pie, Pastilla Made With Apples And Walnut
Moroccan Apple dessert

Moroccan Sweet Pie, Pastilla Made With Apples And Walnut

Sweet pie is woven from different histories, traditions, and cultures. In Morocco, people name it sweet pastilla and make it basically with apples and almonds or walnuts. However, we can distinguish other varieties that mix apples with other fruits such as apple-apricot pastilla. In this article, I will share with you an original Moroccan sweet pie recipe, apple pastilla with walnut,…

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3 Basic Sweet Sauces To Upgrade Your Dessert
Honey Nuts Sauce

3 Basic Sweet Sauces To Upgrade Your Dessert

Sauces exist to improve the mouthfeel of dishes, to provide juiciness, to maximize flavors, to add beautiful colors and shine, and to make food look more appetizing! As savory sauces upgrade fish or meat dishes, sweet sauces and crèmes enhance our desserts and make them memorable. There are different types and variations of dessert dips that really offer pleasure! In this…

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How To Make Brioche, The Sweet Krachel Of Moroccan Food
Brioche Bread

How To Make Brioche, The Sweet Krachel Of Moroccan Food

This post may contain some affiliate links. when you buy something through these links, I earn a small commission at no extra cost to you. This helps maintain my publishing activity. Thank you! Brioche or "El Gors" is a sweet Krachel linked to Moroccan food cities like Fez, Marrakech, and Rabat. It is traditionally made small and sweet. In addition to…

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How To Make Sfenj, The Traditional Moroccan Donuts (Moroccan Fried Cake)
Close Up Sfenj Donuts

How To Make Sfenj, The Traditional Moroccan Donuts (Moroccan Fried Cake)

Are you a fan of doughnuts!? Do you like to discover the incomparable traditional Moroccan doughnuts!? The Moroccan donut is an unsweetened, airy, and fluffy donut. Its dough is shaped into rings and fried in oil. It is chewy on the inside and crispy on the outside. Moroccans name their doughnut variety 'Sfenj' which means spongy, to reflect the remarkable spongy…

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How To Make Moroccan Round White Bread Easily (Khobz Fors)
Moroccan Round white Bread

How To Make Moroccan Round White Bread Easily (Khobz Fors)

Do you love to bake at home? Are you ready to experience making a good Moroccan bread in your oven!? 'Aghroum Nfors' (in Berber), also called 'Nhobz Fors' (in Moroccan Arabic) is the basic Moroccan white bread that is distinguished by its flat, round shape with a chewy, soft interior and a crisp crust. This traditional bread is an unavoidable food…

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How To Make Easy Vanilla Creme Brulee (Classic Dessert)
Creme Brulee In White Ramekin

How To Make Easy Vanilla Creme Brulee (Classic Dessert)

Are you a fan of classic desserts? Have you ever tried the famous Creme Brulee?Creme brulee or burnt cream is a thick custard made of cream and egg yolks, topped with a layer of hard caramel made of sugar. This elegant dessert is a staple on the best restaurant menus, and every pastry chef has to master it. It is decadently…

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How To Make Easy Chocolate Souffle (Classic Dessert)
Chocolat Soufflé In Red Ramekin

How To Make Easy Chocolate Souffle (Classic Dessert)

If you are a chocolate lover, this incomparable classic dessert is just what you need!The decadent dark dessert, called chocolate souffle, is silky in texture and intense in flavor. Making this bittersweet cake is much easier than the majority of people think! You just need to understand the process and you will be able to make your own beautiful soufflés like…

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Easy Way To Make Msemen – Rghaif Recipe (Moroccan Flatbread)
Baked Flat Bread In White Plate

Easy Way To Make Msemen – Rghaif Recipe (Moroccan Flatbread)

"M'semen" (Msemmen, Msemen), also called "Rghaif" is a square-shaped flatbread made from flour and semolina. If you visit Morocco, you will be served Msemens either as a snack or for breakfast, accompanied basically by the Moroccan mint tea. This Moroccan flatbread is soft and chewy with a crispy outside. We can top it with Nutella, cheese, or any other toppings. In…

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How To Make Super Easy Homemade Baguettes Without Food Processor!
Baguettes Bread

How To Make Super Easy Homemade Baguettes Without Food Processor!

Maybe you are a fan of baguettes but you have never tried to make your own at home! I invite you to discover this 'baguette experience' and I hope it will please you! According to some historians, the first baguette was French and was shaped and baked during the Napoleonic wars. They say that the bakers were ordered by advisers to…

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