【モロッコのお祝い料理 in 六本木】誰もがきっと好きになる「バスティラ」♪ Amalさんの食卓で、本場の味を楽しもう！
"This is not a cooking class. The minimum number of total guests is 3."
This menu is very special to me: The main dish ‘Bestila’ remembers me my childhood and celebrations. It is a combination of sweet and salty flavors, one of the unique taste that symbolise Moroccan cuisine.
--> Felfla: A colorful salad made of red, green and yellow grilled peppers. The grilling gives a delicious smoke flavor and is healthier than frying. The all will be marinated in a fresh sauce
--> Lssan Teer: Hot soup with coriander and small pasta. The name means “The toung of the a bird” because of the shape of the pasta. Don’t worry we will not eat toungs of birds ;). The coriander gives a fresh flavor to the soup
--> Bestila: This is a traditional Moroccan dish cooked mostly for celebrations (wedding, birth or special events) and shared, as usually in Morocco, with about ten people. Bestila comes from Adalus (Spain).
It is made with layers of very very thin doughs, slow cooked chicken in spices, almonds, sugar, cinnamon and orange blossom water. An explosion of sweet and salty flavours covered by crusty thin doughs. I am sure you will love it!
--> Maamoul: It is a small pastry filled with dates and flavoured with orange blossom water. They are very popular in the northeast of Morocco. It was one of my favourite cookie when I was child. Many households keep a stock of them all year round.
--> Atay: Moroccan mint tea is not just the popular traditional drink in the country. It is a symbol of hospitality. Moroccan people drink it every season, all day long and for every conversation.
You are welcome.
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