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Wednesday, July 24, 2013

MWA's Farah Kinani shares an iftar from Morocco

Moroccan Iftar

The table was amazingly decorated with a Chinese soup, Moroccan pancakes filled with either turkey and lettuce, or cheese and mortadel, so yummy.

We also had selloo which is a unique unbaked Moroccan sweet made from toasted unhulled sesame seeds, fried almonds and flour that has been browned in the oven; packed with calories and nutrients, it's traditionally served during Ramadan.

What else? Small bread called batboot filled with tuna and tomato or ground meat and cheese, so yummoooo. :-)

The salads were a nicoise one with rice; tuna, boiled egg, tomato, the other one was the Moroccan traditional salad with tomato, cucumber and red onions.

The big plate was nicely decorated with some fried fish and yummy shrimps.

And of course we had juice, milk, bread and cheese.

Yes, even Nutella! :-)

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