On this trip to Morocco we tasted,eaten like a local but also tried top restaurants and over wall we where pleasant surprised of the flavors and texture of the maroccan cuisine. The Berber, Arabic and European influences mix to create an adventurous culinary cocktail.
Follow the smell of food through mesmerising markets and master recipes taught by those that know them best. Grabing street food from a souq and share traditional meals in local homes.
Take a handful of bustling medinas, mix with a dash of sea and season with fresh local produce, all drizzled with warm Moroccan hospitality for an adventure that will linger long on the tongue and in the memory. Morocco boasts a rich array of fish dishes. A combination of herbs and spices used as a marinade before grilling over coals, and as a dipping sauce.
One of the great cuisines of the world, Moroccan cooking abounds with subtle spices and intriguing flavour combinations. Think tart green olives paired with chopped preserved lemon rind stirred into a tagine of tender chicken, the surprise of rich pigeon meat pie dusted with cinnamon and icing sugar, or sardines coated with a flavourful combination of coriander, parsley, cumin and a hint of chilli.
Influenced by Andalusian Spain, Arabia and France, Morocco’s cuisine is a delicious combination of mouthwatering flavours that
make it unique.