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How's food in Morocco?

My summer trip's going to be in Morocco and I was just wondering how the place is

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Food in Morocco is really great.It depends on what you are looking for. There are all sorts of foods available, from Chinese food, to traditional Moroccan, Italian, McDonald's, Domino Pizza, etc..
If you are American, you will find american food every where. Only if you go to a Moroccan food restaurant there they make arabic food. But everywhere they serve American food or just go to KFC, Macdonalds..

Have lots of fun and take lots of pictures (if you are taking of people get thier permission first) and create memories that will last a lifetime.
There are a different types of food in our country, as the last localyte answered...
Have a good trip in Morocco, and welcome.
hello,

Moroccan food is really tasty. you can basically have a bit of everything, from spicy to sweet, couscous or tajine are the most well known Moroccan dishes.

here in sahara desert kalia is very well known.

welcome to morocco!
Moroccan food is very very diversified ... Excellent products, food is never too hot(spicy) ... If you are vegeterian, no problem ... And if you want to eat european food ... local restaurants are good and affordable :)
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You are probably quite likely to find the following items at a Moroccan diffa, or banquet. If so, consider yourself lucky, for you'll be eating some of the most delicious food around. If invitations are in short supply, you can always prepare them yourself at home.

Salads
A fresh, cool salad is often served at the start of a meal. Among the most commonly served are a tomato and green pepper salad (similar to the Spanish gazpacho), a mixed herb salad, eggplant salad or a salad redolent with oranges, which the Moroccans grow in large quantity.

Bisteeya
This traditional savory pastry is made in three layers: a layer of shredded chicken is topped with eggs which are curdled in a lemony onion sauce and further topped with a dusting of sweetened almonds. The whole is enclosed in tissue-thin pastry called warka and topped by a layer of cinnamon and sugar. It is believed that this fine pastry (similar to the pastry used for Chinese spring rolls) came from the Persians, who likely learned to prepare it from the Chinese.

Couscous
These are fine semolina grains which are plumped by steaming them over a simmering stew. The grains are then piled on a large platter, with the stew heaped on top. This is a classic Berber dish which has seen many interpretations. Traditionally, couscous is served for Friday lunch or for special occasions. It is never a main dish, rather it is served as the last dish at the end of a meal. A "couscous of seven vegetables" is common in Fez, where seven is considered a lucky number. The seven "lucky" vegetables are onions, pumpkin, zucchini, turnips, chili peppers, carrots and tomatoes.

Fish
Both fresh and salt water fish grace the Moroccan table. While it is commonly prepared as a stew, it is sometimes fried and often stuffed. A popular fish tagine, which is prepared with potatoes, tomatoes and green peppers, shows a strong Andalusian influence. The Moroccans believe that in a tagine, the sauce is everything!

Poultry
Some of the tastiest dishes in Moroccan cookery involve chicken, which can be steamed, broiled or fried and is often accompanied with vegetables. Chicken with lemon and olives is the classic preparation, while a chicken tagine cooked with butter, onions, pepper, saffron, chick-peas, almonds and lemon is also popular. Chickens are also prepared stuffed with raisins, almonds, rice or eggs, but when you consider the experimental nature of Moroccan cooks, perhaps it's all of the above!

Meat
Lamb is king on the Moroccan table, especially roasted lamb, which is as tender and flavorful as you will find. It can also be braised, browned, steamed or served on skewers, the latter commonly known as shish kebab. Kefta is lamb or beef which has been generously spiced, then rolled into the shape of a sausage, placed on a skewer and broiled; when it is rolled into meatballs, it is used in tagines. Lamb tagines are prepared with a cornucopia of vegetables and some even use fruit.

Desserts
Sweets aren't always served at the end of a Moroccan meal, but when they are, it might well be one of the following: "gazelle's horns" are a croissant-like pastry which is stuffed with almond paste and topped with sugar, while honey cakes are pretzel-shaped pieces of dough which are deep-fried, dipped into a piping-hot pot of honey and then sprinkled with sesame seeds.

Tea
Moroccan tea may be the main reason why desserts are an uncommon treat after a meal: this tea IS dessert! Green tea is steeped and then laced with sugar and fresh spearmint. The resulting brew is a minty, syrupy-sweet taste which isn't for everyone.

you can any kind of Food in Morocco, European, Asian, American... there's thousands of restaurants of what exactly you need
advice: if you want to eat real moroccan lunch or dinner try to live with Moroccan family (Arab or Berber doesn't matter.. although Berber way to prepar foods is the best)
disagree with you the best moroccan food is fassi
Hmmm idont have a specifique answer but i think you have to come to Morocc and stay with a Moroccan familly and you will discovre that : -)
Hmmm idont have a specifique answer but i think you have to come to Morocc and stay with a Moroccan familly and you will discovre that : -)
Hi,
In Morocco you can have every kind of food.

The traditional marocain food is generally spicy or sweet.
You have salads, couscous (cereal), Taijin (mixed with meat , potatoes, vegetebles, or only vegetables), Keafta (kind of flat meatballs of goat).

You also can find european or american food, specially in the biggest cityes. MacDonalds, Pizza, chinese....

Enjoy your meal!!
International and Moroccan!
come and u will see by yourself
You will love it!

Food is what moroccan famous of and know how to prepare it.
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Moroccan Gastronomy is very varied. from arabic, islamic, african, berber and european food. all mixed to bring a very delicious and varied dishes. contact me if you are in Morocco/Marrakech so have a taste: . Mehdi
Moroccan Gastronomy is very varied. from arabic, islamic, african, berber and european food. all mixed to bring a very delicious and varied dishes. contact me if you are in Morocco/Marrakech so have a taste: . Mehdi
Moroccan Gastronomy is very varied. from arabic, islamic, african, berber and european food. all mixed to bring a very delicious and varied dishes. contact me if you are in Morocco/Marrakech so have a taste: . Mehdi
one of the best in the world.

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