4 Foods You Need To Try In Morocco

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Traveling through Morocco is a true feast for your eyes, soul, and stomach. Moroccan cuisine is one of the most famous in the world, celebrated for its stark, specific flavors born from unusual combinations and aromatic spices. Here are four must-try Moroccan dishes that will make your journey in this country even more special!  


Tagine is actually a cooking pot made from clay that has a conical lid, and different types of super delicious meat, fish or vegetable stews can be cooked in it. These dishes are commonly served with bread.  


Couscous is a very famous traditional Moroccan meal. It’s a type of wheat pasta, steamed over a stew of vegetables and meat. When served, first goes the meat, then the couscous, while the veggies are put aside and the sauce is served individually.  


This pie is made of layers of thin pastry and a mix of pigeon meat, eggs, and almonds, spiced with cinnamon, saffron and coriander, and sprinkled from the outside with cinnamon and sugar. 

Mint Tea 

It’s made with gunpowder tea and spearmint sprigs. It is poured in a glass from a height, causing foam to form on the surface of the tea, known as the crown.