Moroccan cuisine has various meatball dishes. The most popular one is "Kefta bMatecha" which is meatballs cooked in a tomato sauce topped is eggs. Today, I am going to show you how to make a unique meatball dish from Rabt, the capital of Morocco, and my city! It's called "Kefta Bel Harsh" which is meatballs rolled with rice and cooked in a savory sauce. This is a super easydelicious dish that I hope you will share with your family and friends! Enjoy!
2. Shrimp Scampi and Pesto Couscous
A sophisticated main dish in less than 10 minutes? Watch and learn!
3. Fresh and Easy Ceviche
A classic fish dish with a special seasoning of citrus fruits makes this the perfect way to begin any dinner party!
4. Sloppy Joe Sliders
We all love and and miss the tradition of sloppy joes as a kid. A treat for any family meal, these sliders never get old. Enjoy!
5. Make it your own - Herb Salad
This delicious and fresh herb salad was inspired by Sage's trip to Greece. It is quick and easy to make, and is perfect for lightlunch or as a side salad for any dinner. Watch Sage Russell make classic recipes from around the world his own in this Grokker Premium video. Enjoy Sage's Make it your own series and remember to add your own inspiration, and share your photos by posting an 'I Did This'.
6. Ready in Ten - 3 Pastas
In this video Josh will show you not only 3 amazing pasta recipes, but also all the tips and tricks you need to make fantastic pasta sauces at home. From his wonderful take on a classic pesto, which uses thyme and watercress, to his take on a classic pangrattato, these recipes are sure to blow your friends away. Join Josh Posner in this Grokker Premium video as he shows you how to make 3 amazing pasta dishes in just 10 minutes!
7. Low Country Shrimp and Grits
A very quick, easy, and tasty dish. This dish was traditionally served for breakfast to shrimpers coming into shore after long weeks out at sea, but it can still be served as a comfort dinner dish.
8. Lentil and Kale Superfood Stew
Ribbons of Kale combined with fire roasted chiles and tomatoes add bright notes to this hearty vegetarian lentil stew.
9. How to Make Crock Pot Lasagna
As you may know, I don’t do a lot of Crock Pot cooking. I guess I’d do more, but I usually don’t plan far enough in advance. I’m also not necessarily surrounded by people that love Pot Roast and other typical Crock Pot meals. However, I’ve seen a lot of recipes for Crock Pot Lasagna around the interwebs and decided this was some Crock Potting I could get into.