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Monthly Archives: February 2014

  • End of February!

    It’s Friday and the end of February!  There is an almost palpable sense of optimism to get February out of the way, and the rest of the year feels much more on an up! Do you feel like this?
     

    So any excuse for a cocktail, and the best of the year ahead has to be a great excuse J

    So glasses at the ready folks, the cocktails and nibble in the picture are make from my Little pink cocktail book, which you can down load free http://www.maroque.co.uk/ebook.aspx

    And don’t forget our open Saturday is tomorrow 10am to 3pm

    Have a great weekend

    Julie
  • Maroque Open Day 1st March

    Add some Moroccan sunshine to your weekend
    You are invited to our Open Day on Saturday 1st March between 10am and 3pm
     
    Great choice of bright and cheerful gift ideas. An ideal way to spoil yourself.
    Everyone welcome, easy parking. Come along, have a good "no hassle" browse and enjoy a glass of mint tea.
    Any questions do call me - Julie on 01449 723133
  • Cucumber and Pomegranate salad

    Hurrah the sun is out and it just makes everything feel so much brighter, and it’s Friday J
    And on that bright and zingy note, this super easy salad just brings a splash of Moroccan summer to your table. I served this with Harissa marinade steak and skinny chips.
    Cucumber and Pomegranate salad

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  • Umm, maybe not all hearts and roses

    So for all you folks like me, that Valentine ’s Day is most defiantly not your thing, for whatever reason, don’t sit in feeling sorry for yourself with an oversized box of chocolates.
    Grab some like-minded friends, dash up some cocktails in any colour apart from pink, and whizz up some great dip & serve with pitta and veg, turn some lively music up really loud and have a party!
    This simple dip is a real winner and lots of other nibble ideas on the website
    Maroque's Muhammara

    This is my version of this Syrian nutty red pepper dip.

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  • In need of a little Moroccan sunshine?

    In need of a little Moroccan sunshine?
    I know, keep dreaming  J . But you can create a little drop of Moroccan shine with this lovely tagine. Scents of the promise of summer wrapped up in the comfort blanket of warming rich saffron flavours, just the thing to lift flagging spirits and bring a smile.
    Tagine with peas, preserved lemon and olives
     
    1kg (2lb) lean lamb or beef, cubed
    2 tbsp sunflower oil
    1 onion chopped
    Salt and pepper
    1 tsp ground ginger
    Pinch of chilli powder, optional
    1/4 tsp of saffron threads, lightly crushed
    500gm peas, shelled weight
    1 tbsp chopped fresh coriander
    Peel of 1 preserved lemon, cut into pieces
    12 green olives 
    1. Put the meat in the pot with the oil, onion, salt and pepper, ginger, chilli and saffron.

    2. Cover with water and cook covered for 1 1/2 to 2 hours until the meat is very tender, adding water to keep it covered in the sauce.

    3. Add the preserved lemon peel and olives and cook uncovered for 10 minutes or longer, until the sauce reduced.
    4. Add the peas and coriander, and warm through.

    5. Serve with bread or couscous.

     Pre-heat oven to 180C (gas mark 4).  Serves 4 - 6

    Enjoy the recipe?
    Why not down load the cook books. Here 

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