The Little Moroccan Cookbook
The Little Moroccan Cookbook is an enticing collection of more than 80 recipes devoted to the rich cuisine of Morocco. Nicely designed albeit a touch on the old-fashioned side with the photography, typeface and layout, this cookbook would appeal to the home cook interested in cuisine cooking.
The publisher of this little gem – Murdoch Books – have pulled together a tantalising snapshot of the diversity and regional flavours of Morocco. It is a gentle sortie into the infusion of Arab, Moorish and Berber influences that Moroccan cuisine is famous for.
My family have happily eaten their way through a couple of dishes including my favourite so far: ‘L’Khodra Maamera Bel Kefta’ – veggies with lamb stuffing (pictured) – a wonderful rustic dish that typifies many of the dishes on offer in this little book.
With recipes that are easy and uncomplicated to prepare and which rely on accessible and fresh ingredients, ‘The Little Moroccan Cookbook’ is going to be a stayer amongst my cooking books. Whenever I have the craving for some Moroccan street food, seafood specialities or a comforting tagine, I’ll be turning to this baby.
Guest Blogger and Photographer: Helen, Digital Producer , The Co-op