Chicken with Coriander and Kalamata Olives

The weekend has arrived so fast, and I’m in my kitchen busy preparing special dishes for my friends and family for Ramadan. Yesterday I prepared this Roasted Chicken with Coriander and Kalamata Olives. It’s a flavorful and tasty combination. The chicken is tender and aromatic with the addition of coriander (one of my favorite herbs). … Continue reading

Mchermla Batendjel

  The weekend is finally here, and so is the summer heat, which is why I prepared this simple, fresh dish with aubergines/eggplants! I love this dish, as it reminds me of my summer’s at my grandmother’s house. We used to prepare this dish in the garden, where we had a little shaded cooking corner. … Continue reading

Sardine Croquettes

I’ve decided no sweet’s for Fiesta Friday but instead, a simple recipe with fresh sardines! A Sardines are beautiful little fish, inexpensive and delicious grilled, marinated or like today as spicy croquettes. Thank you Angie from The Novice Gardener  and thanks to Caroline @Caroline’s Cooking and Elaine @foodbod for co-hosting this week Fiesta Friday ! Serves: 12 pieces Ingredients: … Continue reading

Berkoukes Bel Hlib, Pearl Pasta Soup with Milk

Berkoukes are small round pasta called (petits plombs in French or pearl pasta). The Algerian Berkoukes is made from semolina flour, (coarsely-ground durum wheat) and is usually prepared during summer time when the weather is hot and sunny and stored into textile sacks for the cold winter. This recipe is very popular in Algeria (in … Continue reading

Naan Bread and Algerian Mutton Tajine

I love Indian cuisine, the texture, the fragrance, the beautiful colors, the smell, the presentation into the copper Degchi! All the cuisine around the world brings something new, exotic, fusion and much more. Today I made a fusion Indian Naan Bread and Algerian Mutton Tajine Recipe. For the Naan, the recipe comes from  Sweet & Savory … Continue reading

La Petite Panière: Khobz El Bey

Originally posted on feasting with friends:
Today’s unique and delicious guest post comes to us via Linda of La Petite Panière. Linda is another of my beautiful blogger friends I met through Fiesta Friday. Just a few months back, in fact. I was immediately drawn to Linda’s site for the introduction to “new to me”…