“Foodie Fridays” are dedicated to my two great loves: food and Fridays. In these posts, I’ll introduce you to some of my favorite varieties of Moroccan and North African cuisine. This particular post is part of my Ramadan Edition, which covers dishes that are common during the month of Ramadan.
Chebakia is a Moroccan cookie that’s often served during Ramadan or other special occasions. It’s generally folded into a flower shape, fried, and coated with honey. Though chebakia is quite a time-consuming cookie, its sweet, crunchy texture makes the labor worth it; I personally think it pairs well with savory harira at the Iftar meal (the meal that signifies breaking fast). Read More