The exhibition is open till the 30th of June 2010!!
Here we are carrots once again! Sunny, sweet, & color vibrant this salad is a MUST and I highly recommend it not because it’s Moroccan but because it’s REALLY good. It is simple & quick to make. You can serve it as a side dish, a starter or even dessert!!
This might sound really weird to some of you, but there’s nothing I hate more than using a store-bought cake mix. That’s why when I stumbled upon Lynn’s brownie mix I was delighted, because it’s a mix BUT homemade. I like to call them Lazy brownies, because they are for those days when you are lazy & all you have to do is crave some brownies. 5 min away, & VOILA! No mess, no headache. I won’t be lying to you if I said that these brownies made me famous among my circle of friends, and obviously all asked for the recipe.
1 cup of white beans (Soaked overnight & boiled until tender)
1 onion chopped
1 large tomato peeled and diced
1 cup of water
2 cloves of crushed garlic
1 tsp of fresh ginger
1/4 of tsp turmeric powder
1/2 tsp of fresh cumin
1 Tbsp of tomato paste
Salt & pepper to taste
1 Tbsp of chopped parsley
1 Tbsp of chopped cilantro
1 Tbsp of olive oil (or any vegetable oil)
Heat the oil in a pan over medium heat, and add the onions. Cook them for 2 to 3 min minutes making sure to stir them. Add the tomatoes to the onions. Then add the spices, tomato paste, garlic, parsley & cilantro. Let it cook for a little bit and then add water to the pan. Add the beans, & mix together. Cover the pan, & let it cook for 15 to 20 minutes. Make sure not to overcook the beans. Serve it warm withMoroccan flat bread orAmerican cornbread.
Real cute & hilarious little kids!!
A wonderful flavor that brings up wonderful childhood memories. We used to have this smoothie a lot during those summer days when the sun starts heating up over the heads. I have to admit that one glassful was never enough for me! And surely enough mom knew how to put vitamin A in each one of us. As you see I served this with fruits, and that’s for a reason (In Morocco, we eat fruits for our desserts). So don’t be surprised if this comes in the dessert category