This super easy orange cake is sure to become a family favorite. No icing needed since its great citrus flavor and moist texture make it delicious all on its own.
Quick, easy, and nutritious, this creamy avocado milkshake is a satisfying beverage to serve at Ramadan iftars, snack time, breakfast, or as a treat for guests. Dried fruits or nuts can be added for texture and flavor.
How to make chebakia (also called griouech or mkharka), a traditional Moroccan favorite in Ramadan and at special occasions. Honey, sesame, cinnamon, saffron, anise and orange flower water all contribute to the delicious sticky-sweet flavor of these flower-shaped cookies.
Sellou or sfouf is a nutty, delicious confection of ground almonds and sesame flavored with anise and cinnamon. It’s traditionally served during Ramadan, celebrations to mark the birth of a baby, weddings, and other special occasions.
These delicious honey-coated Moroccan pastries are filled with a homemade almond paste flavored with cinnamon and orange flower water. Serve them at tea time or for special occasions.
Your family will love this semolina pocket bread that’s cooked stove top rather than in the oven. Mix in some whole wheat flour for extra flavor and texture.
Harira is a zesty, fragrant tomato-based soup with chickpeas and lentils. Robustly seasoned with ginger, pepper, cinnamon and lots of fresh herbs, it’s especially popular in Ramadan when it’s served to break the fast.