Majoun is a traditional Moroccan confection that has been made for thousands of years. There’s good reason that it’s stood the test of time, majoun is made with simple ingredients and it’s as simple as they come as far as edibles go. There’s no baking or cooking and it whips up in under 15 minutes. While there are several ways to make this delightful treat it’s quite easy to modify based on what dried fruits, nuts and spices you have on hand. Even how you infuse it can be done a few different ways so you can truly make it your own. No wonder why it’s been so popular for so long!
Here are the links you seek:
- majoun or majoon, they’re both the same!
- Nourished Kitchen – majoun tips & tricks
- Nourished Kitchen Cookbook – the majoun recipe is NOT in this book, I just love Jenny’s work
- Vibrant Botanicals Cookbook – Jenny McGruther’s latest cookbook
- Moroccan spice blend – ras el hanout
- Another version of majoun
- A third version of majoun – uses hash as it was more often made this way
- Majoun recipe