“Moroccans are proud of their cuisine,” says Chef Mohammed Ettaib. He explains, “Each dish has a mythical or religious significance that creates a rich culinary tradition, and every major dish has a story or a festival attached to it. The sharing of meals is regarded as one of the most important pillars of society, indicating a strong sense of togetherness in the family or tribe.”
Lamb Tajine Tfaya
This slow-cooked aromatic stew is braised at a very low temperature to achieve the most tender meat.
Cous Cous Sbaa Khodar
A traditional favourite, this cous cous is perfect for vegetarians.