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by Caitlin Saniga

Moroccan-spiced roasted mushrooms

I’m always on the hunt for new ways to prepare mushrooms, and this multi-faceted Moroccan spice blend was a nice experiment. I loved the warm, nutty flavors paired with the bits of fresh cilantro.

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by Caitlin Saniga | photos by Joel Hawksley

Lamb meatballs with feta, pine nuts and Moroccan spices

These Moroccan meatballs are packed with lots of surprises. I loved the soft pine nuts, mild lemon flavor and pockets of tangy feta cheese.

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by Caitlin Saniga

harira

Aunt Karen has been raving about harira, a Moroccan lamb stew or soup, every time I’ve visited her for the past three years. She shared the recipe long ago, but I just recently had the leg of lamb and the motivation to try it out. It ended up being fairly simple to make. I served mine over long-grain rice, which made for a hearty meal with lots of flavor. Aunt Karen uses a few different ingredients in her harira: bulgur wheat rather than chickpeas, slightly less liquid and mint alone rather than the herb mixture.


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