We love Moroccan restaurants. The communal handwashing, the savory salads, the soups, the braised lamb appetizer, the pigeon pie, the baklova - oh, and there go our diets. Moroccan food is known for having a very rich and spice-ridden flavor that many foodies enjoy, but the more we let our appetites go at the restaurant, the more our waistlines go with them. But there is a way to make Middle Eastern food without turning into a piggy.
None of the greasy, unhealthy stuff you get on a night out, this lamb kebab is lovely and healthy and incredibly easy to prepare! Also we show you how to save money by preparing a chicken in your own home!
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