They say that the longer a meal takes to prepare, the better it tastes. If this is true, Moroccan cuisine is the best in the world. Moroccan meals take hours to prepare and it’s worth it. There are so many flavours and layers to each dish. Eating out in Morocco can be intimidating. Often times when we go to a restaurant, we don’t know where to begin and end up ordering a safe and boring dish. To prevent you from being safe and boring like us, we thought we’d round up the best Moroccan food for your next trip to the Middle East.
undserstanding Moroccan cuisine
Divine Moroccan Cuisine: A Cooking Course in Marrakech
We spent an afternoon preparing and cooking an incredible multi-course meal at Riad El Cadi in Marrakech. When we arrived they had tea and appetizers waiting for us. The appetizers consist of fresh nuts, olives and tea.
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Dave enjoying the Moroccan Cuisine
Once we settled in, we got down to business and spent the afternoon learning about and cooking Moroccan Cuisine. Our night ended with a candlelight feast. We could tell you all about our day, but instead, why don’t we show you! It was one of the best afternoons we had in Marrakech. If you go, make sure you book a cooking class of your own.
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Read more about our cooking class at Moroccan Cuisine: A Feast for the Senses
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Ingredients for a Moroccan Meal
When eating Moroccan Cuisine, be sure to use your right hand. Often times you’ll be scooping up dips, stews, and salads with fresh bread. Some of the cheapest eats are on the streets, so be sure to go to the market or enjoy a kebab at a street side stall. My recommendation is to look for a spot filled with locals and join in. Moroccans are friendly people and they’ll be happy to help you out if you look confused. I never shy away from asking, what̵...