Posts Tagged ‘Moroccan food’

The Figue de Barbarie

Thursday, July 24th, 2014

The Figue de Barbarie goes by many names: the prickly pear, Karmous, Handia, Opuntia ficus-indica or simply, and perhaps most obviously, the Fig. However, whatever you call it, it is delicious. The Figue de Barbarie, as we shall call it for now, is a popular summer fruit throughout Marrakech and, between May and October, it is sold […]

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Ras el Hanout

Saturday, July 12th, 2014

Morocco cuisine is known throughout the world for it’s extensive use of spices. Perhaps the most prevelant in Moroccan cooking is Ras el Hanout, a mixture of ground spices that literally translates as ‘the head of the shop’, implying that the spice provides the best the shop has to offer. The recipe for Ras el […]

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Moroccan fruit

Sunday, July 28th, 2013

During your stay in Morocco you will see that it is often custom for a variety of fresh fruits to be eaten for desert in place of the confectioneries that we might be more used to back in the UK for example. Grapes, pineapples, plums, dates and melon are but a few of the favorites […]

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