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Chraime Salmon

A Sephardic fish stew typically served as a Shabbat meal.  It’s reportedly known simply as fish with tomato and peppers in its Moroccan home, but it’s called “Chraime” in Israel.  Don’t ask me how to pronounce the name, but I…

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Brown Butter Salmon

Not only is brown butter salmon easy, it also tastes like high-end dining.  Shop smart for your salmon and herbs (or grow your own herbs) and this could be a budget dinner. Print Recipe Brown Butter Salmon Votes: 2 Rating:…

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Sous Vide Turkey Breast

Fantastic served alongside saffron mashed potatoes and a Moroccan-spiced cranberry chutney.  Gone is the dry turkey breast of a traditional roast, as well as any danger associated with the fried turkey (although, don’t get me wrong, fried turkey is da…

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Chermoula Marinade

I had the most mind-blowing tagine during our honeymoon in Morocco.  It featured a white fish, marinated in chermoula and cooked with vegetables on top of a bed of potato slices.  Here is the recipe for the chermoula marinade, which…

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Israeli Garlic Roasted Chicken

This recipe is inspired by the cookbook Modern Israeli Cooking by Danielle Oron, a Toronto-based chef with an Israeli-Moroccan background.  The dish is simple but bright and zesty (owing to the lemon and parsley) and jam packed with beautiful garlicky flavor. As…

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