My brother in law, who I love and respect more than words can say, bought me chocolate molds. I unfortunately have not used them often enough, and have posted only Rahash Chocolates on MCW using them. If you however do not have my luck in a brother in law, you do not need a mold for this recipe. Continue reading “916. Freeze-Dried Raspberry Chocolate”
Prune cake seems to be present in many cultures throughout the world. This Iraqi prune cake re-hydrates the prunes in tea, lending them quite the extraordinary flavor (see my favorite prune-yogurt parfait).
Dare I say this cake is not only perfectly moist and delicious, it’s healthy in moderation to boot. Continue reading “915. Iraqi Prune Cake”
Sometimes a mid-week treat is warranted. This breakfast is rich in protein and has robust flavors coming from the goat’s cheese (chevre) and pickled capers.The softly cooked eggs (medium to medium-low heat is key), merged with melted silky flavorsome goat’s cheese, topped with the perfect complimentary salty capers with a tinge of acidity are the ideal morning treat that is both delicious and good for you. Continue reading “914. Chevre-Caper Scrambled Eggs”
This recipe aches my heart in nostalgia, wonderful family memories, and of a blessed and simpler time. I don’t even think this dish has a name; it’s just a breakfast staple in every Iraqi household considered too simple and common to be noted. It is in fact a broken down version of madgooga; packed with nutrients, energy, and wholesome goodness, it’s a good idea to re-adopt these delicious dates every morning. Continue reading “913. Iraqi Breakfast Sticky Dates”