Licia Brobbey, STYLEAFRIQUE™•com April 22, 2023
Moroccan cuisine is a unique culinary tradition that combines Berber, Arab, Mediterranean, and Andalusian flavours, from hearty stews to fragrant tagines and savoury couscous dishes.
Tagine is a traditional Moroccan stew cooked in a tagine with meat, vegetables, and spices.
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Couscous is a staple food in Morocco made from semolina flour served with a stew or vegetable dish.
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Harira is a soup made from lentils, chickpeas, tomatoes, and spices used to break the fast during Ramadan.
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Pastilla is a sweet and savory pastry made with phyllo dough, meat, almonds, and spices.
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Kefta is a dish made from ground beef or lamb, grilled or fried, served with tomato sauce and bread.
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Online Editor, STYLEAFRIQUE™•com