A Ramadan Recipe By Karimah Bint Dawoud.<br />Muslim chaplain and Well Being Writer<br />karimahscuisina@live.co.uk<br />h...
Welcome Note<br />As salaam alaikumwarahmtulaahiwabarakatu brothers and sistars!!!<br />On a lighter note a succulent gorg...
Since I wrote my version of this traditional Moroccan recipe,<br />I have been on trips to  the back streets of East Londo...
Step by Step<br />Step 1 <br />Clean your chicken, soak in a big bowl or sink with water, salt, and lemon juice, meanwhile...
Step2<br />1 table spoons of Moroccan marinade( exact recipe in book) which consists of chopped fresh coriander, parsley. ...
Step2<br />Add 1 teaspoon of each ginger powder, tumeric and cumin, I hope Gordon is paying attention.<br />
Step 3<br />Grated zest of shatkora and unwaxed lemon<br />
Step4<br />Mix it all together<br />
Step 5<br />Rinse and drain water off chicken. Rub  marinade all over chicken, inside and out. If you are squeamish, now i...
Step 6<br />Cut 1/2 of the lemon in slices and 1 slice of shatkora, juice the  remaining lemon and lime and pour over chic...
Step 7<br />Then add a good teaspoon of coarse ground black pepper<br />
Step 8<br />Add lemon and lime slices, leave to marinate for a few hours ideally in a cool place less then 10 degree C ,be...
I love Moroccan but hey, I’m bias, they are my First Muslim family MASHALLAH!<br />Roast for about 1  1/2 hours , in the l...
Finished Dish <br />
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  1. 1. A Ramadan Recipe By Karimah Bint Dawoud.<br />Muslim chaplain and Well Being Writer<br />karimahscuisina@live.co.uk<br />http://karimahscuisina.wordpress.com/<br />BANGALAH MAGREB DAJJAJ…… MOROCCAN CHICKEN WITH A BENGALI TWIST<br />
  2. 2. Welcome Note<br />As salaam alaikumwarahmtulaahiwabarakatu brothers and sistars!!!<br />On a lighter note a succulent gorgeous recipe for tasty chicken that can be eaten with rice , couscous or simply salad.  A version of  this recipe is in my forth coming book inshallah, Heavenly Bites, published by Kube Publishers.<br />
  3. 3. Since I wrote my version of this traditional Moroccan recipe,<br />I have been on trips to  the back streets of East London, where my second Muslim family live, the Bengalis… <br />I love you!!!! <br />There I have found these visually engaging crinkly green  lime things and was told by the man behind me in the queue  that you can eat the skins. I have since found out they are called shatkora.<br />The Prophet Muhammed, salahalaihiwasalem, said about citrus, ” The believer  who recites the Quran is likened to the utrujj; its taste is good, its scent is good” SAHIH BUKHARI AT’IMA 30<br />These wild oranges or shatkora provide the new subtle twist in this magrebi recipe.<br />This is the latest version of this recipe to listen up!<br />
  4. 4. Step by Step<br />Step 1 <br />Clean your chicken, soak in a big bowl or sink with water, salt, and lemon juice, meanwhile make the marinade.<br />(Sort of...)<br />
  5. 5. Step2<br />1 table spoons of Moroccan marinade( exact recipe in book) which consists of chopped fresh coriander, parsley. garlic , salt and olive oil.<br />
  6. 6. Step2<br />Add 1 teaspoon of each ginger powder, tumeric and cumin, I hope Gordon is paying attention.<br />
  7. 7. Step 3<br />Grated zest of shatkora and unwaxed lemon<br />
  8. 8. Step4<br />Mix it all together<br />
  9. 9. Step 5<br />Rinse and drain water off chicken. Rub  marinade all over chicken, inside and out. If you are squeamish, now is the time to grow up and stop being so silly!<br />
  10. 10. Step 6<br />Cut 1/2 of the lemon in slices and 1 slice of shatkora, juice the  remaining lemon and lime and pour over chicken, wash and chop some small green chillies and sprinkle over chicken<br />
  11. 11. Step 7<br />Then add a good teaspoon of coarse ground black pepper<br />
  12. 12. Step 8<br />Add lemon and lime slices, leave to marinate for a few hours ideally in a cool place less then 10 degree C ,before cooking  sprinkle black pepper over and a drizzle with a  good  green olive oil, <br />
  13. 13. I love Moroccan but hey, I’m bias, they are my First Muslim family MASHALLAH!<br />Roast for about 1  1/2 hours , in the last 1/2 hour add some olives ……….Latifa, Mr Curry will like this new version so try it honey!!!!<br />Sort off....<br />
  14. 14. Finished Dish <br />
  15. 15. Slideshare By Xenia<br />xeniagreekmuslimah.wordpress.com<br />

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