Womenlines takes pleasure to welcome Nargisse Benkabbou as a guest contributor for the ‘Healthy Recipes for Healthy You’ segment of Womenlines. Check out a healthy recipe of Moroccan Medley Salad by Nargisse Benkabbou from her blog ‘My Moroccan Food‘-
Moroccan Medley Salad Bowl
- 2 Avocados, chopped
- 200 gr cherry tomatoes, halved
- 1 batch of bakoula
- 1 batch of taktouka
- 1 batch of carrot salad
- 1 batch of preserved lemon and apricot couscous salad (recipe below)
- A handful toasted flaked almonds, to serve
- Olive oil, to serve
- 2 lemons, halved, to serve
• In a medium bowl, mix the avocado and the tomatoes to make a salad. Place a serving of each salad in 4 separate bowls; sprinkle each bowl with toasted flaked almonds. Serve immediately with olive oil and lemon halves on the side.
Nargisse Benkabbou was raised in Brussels, where she grew up in a strongly food-oriented family that continually nurtured her connection with her roots and country of origin, Morocco.
After living in Brussels and Paris, Nargisse moved to London to pursue her education in Politics only to realize that her love for cooking and food was a real passion. After training at Leiths School of Food and Wine, she started sharing her Moroccan recipes ‘with a twist’ inspired by her home country.
Nargisse is currently Executive Chef at L’Mida Marrakech, her work involves recipe and menu development, cooking classes and hosting supper clubs.
Each recipe that Nargisse produces is a celebration of her heritage and a care for simplicity and modernity. While she has a strong grasp of traditional Moroccan cuisine, her ultimate goal is to inspire and bring ‘a breath of fresh air’ to Moroccan food.
Visit ‘My Moroccan Food‘ to get various other healthy recipes by Nargisse!
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