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Khadija El Mary
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I am Moroccan-Imazighen food blogger of rmoroccancuisinemarocaine.blogspot. I worked several years in healthcare administration in Montreal, Quebec and moved to London in 2008. I enjoy writing about Moroccan food, especially the old and traditional dishes, maybe because I am afraid we are losing all the truly authentic recipes that our mums and grannies used to cook for us. I grew up in a loving family, thankfully! I love food, cooking, baking and not surprisingly, eating food.
I am Moroccan-Imazighen food blogger of rmoroccancuisinemarocaine.blogspot. I worked several years in healthcare administration in Montreal, Quebec and moved to London in 2008. I enjoy writing about Moroccan food, especially the old and traditional dishes, maybe because I am afraid we are losing all the truly authentic recipes that our mums and grannies used to cook for us. I grew up in a loving family, thankfully! I love food, cooking, baking and not surprisingly, eating food.

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Crimat Choklat L'byad / Crème au chocolat blanc / White Chocolate Butter Cream
  Ingredients/Ingrédients : -100 gr
Choklat L'byad   100 gr chocolat blanc  100 gr white chocolate -Rab3at
sokar glace  250 gr sucre glace  250 gr icing sugar -Rab3at
dyal crima frais wla poudra khaltoha m3a l'7lib   250 gr de crème
double ou 35%  250 gr do...

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Ghriba Sfar L'Bid / Egg Yolk Cookies/Petits Biscuits Aux Jaunes D'oeufs
If one day you’re faced with a bowl of leftover yolks, this is a delicious recipe to use them. I mostly double the recipe to make over 60 cookies. Feel free to add more flavour to this recipe, it's simple and a success every time I try it. For 32 small cook...

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Boolfaf or Melfoof or Kwaa, Moroccan Grilled Liver Kebabs-Boulfaf L'3id L'kbir
These are the most traditional, delicious barbecued brochettes you
could ever wish for in Morocco (not that I'm biased). They are very
popular brochettes all over the kingdom and widely enjoyed. These
brochettes are seasoned with black pepper, ground cumin,...

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Afolous Imim - Djaj 7lou (Hlou)- Moroccan Sweet, Sticky Chicken Sauce
  This sauce is meant to cover a cooked roasted chicken, then put the bird back in the over for an extra 10 to 15 minutes, allowing the meat to taste all the different flavours of the sauce before serving.  Make sure to keep some sauce for serving. The  sau...
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