Video recipes : Moroccan Pan Bread Batbout or Mkhamer

What is up guys, A soft and chewy texture, a perfect bread for some savory fillings, you can make them a one bite size or bigger like a sandwich, Or it can be also the breakfast bread with some jam or honey spread on the top of it. The recipe is similar to the Moroccan […]

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Video recipes : Sweet Moroccan vegetables starters fresh & easy

Hey what is up guys, Happy ramadan to all of you and back again with some salads ideas hope you enjoyed watching, and you liked the ideas, comment down bellow what recipe we should make next, here’s the recipes bellow : Pumpkin mash Starter Ingredients : – ½ Kg Pumpkin – Salt, sugar, cinnamon, turmeric […]

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We lunched Moroccan Workshop

You do think you’re not an artisan? or especially if you do not not have the opportunity to try to be. This reflection was the trigger for “Moroccan WorkShop” concept, a platform offering tourists and local visitors of ancestral cities and historic regions of the Kingdom of Morocco, a set of collaborative workshops and participatory activities. […]

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A little tour of what you can eat in Morocco

Moroccan cuisine is famous for the Tagine and the Couscous. For sure these two recipes are delicious, but Moroccan food is much more than just that. It is a feast of flavors. To talk about Moroccan cuisine, it is necessary to devote books to it in order to know it better, in addition it is […]

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Video recipes : Fresh & healthy fruit Juices Avocado shake “Zaâzaâ”

Fresh & healthy fruit Juices Avocado shake “Zaâzaâ” and a surprise Back again with another quick and healthy avocado shake mixed with some dry fruits almonds walnuts dates and raisins, and another fresh orange based juice with some seasonal fruits … drinking juice is very popular here in morocco, as a street food or at […]

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Moroccan History TimeLine

MOROCCAN FOOD TOUR -History TimeLine- -2000: The first Amazigh King: 03 peoples and regions in North Africa. Moors (Morocco) Numides (Algeria, Tunisia, North Libya) Gétules (Sahara).  -1000: Phoenicians arrived: Language and religion Metals, New plants and spices. Trading hubs. Mauretania Foundation (4th century BC).  -500: Jewish Exile: Destruction of the Temple of Jerusalem by Babylon. […]

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Video recipes : Bissara Broad Beans / Green peas Soup

This a very simple soup made out of dry fava beans / broad beans or green peas it’s named Bissara and this is the traditional recipe : Bissara Broad Beans / Green peas Soup Ingredients : 1 Cup Dried beans 4 Cups Water Salt, garlic and olive oil, sweet smoked paprika and chili powder if […]

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Video recipes : Moroccan Vegetarian Starters

As in our culture our meals are three courses menu the starters, the main dish and the desert … the starters can be a various choice of fresh or cooked salad in many restaurants you will find more than 8 choices of starters, Most of them are Vegetarian / Vegan dishes the most common ones […]

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Video recipes : Harcha the easiest Moroccan Bread

Hope you enjoyed this very simple classic Moroccan recipe Harcha the easiest Moroccan Bread that you can make at Home Harcha Which means in Darija the moroccan dialect “the Rough one”, and the name is for it’s sandy texture referring to the grainy semolina we made the gallettes with. In the traditions this bread was […]

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Video recipes : Moroccan Dessert Jawhara & another surprise

Hope you enjoyed this very simple classic Moroccan recipe Moroccan Dessert Jawhara & another surprise Dessert #1: Jawhara Fried phyllo dough with cream and fruits Ingredients :  ½ litter Whole Milk 1 tablespoon of whole Butter 2 tablespoons of Cornstarch Sugar vanilla & orange blossom water Strawberries, mango & kiwis those are the ones used […]

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Video Recipes : Moroccan Beef Meatballs Tajine “2 ways”

Hope you enjoyed this very simple classic Moroccan recipe BEEF MEATBALLS TAGINE WITH TOMATO SAUCE Ingredients : 250G Ground beef. 4 Average size tomatoes. Spices : Salt, Black pepper, Cumin, Sweet smoked paprika, Parsley and coriander, olive oil, garlic. Method : We mix the spices into the ground beef first to emphasis on those flavors, […]

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Video Recipes : Moroccan chicken Tagine 2 different ways

We’re please to announce that we just put out our first cooking video on our youtube channel, we’ll be working on a series called moroccan food tour cooking show where will be sharing some of the amazing most traditional moroccan foods and other things to come … without further talk here the video down bellow […]

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Morocco : Paradise of beautiful items here’s a Guide for shopping

Morocco: A paradise of beautiful items Morocco is a fascinating and exotic destination with many different reasons to visit. With a rich and ancient artisan tradition, the temptation of unbridled shopping is everywhere. While you wander through the medina of any city in the country, no matter how large or small, whether you are going […]

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Tour in Rabat with the Sweet Wanderlust and Curious Clair

There is no more happiness and pleasure than satisfied Guests and receiving valuable testimonials from experienced travelers and professional bloggers in the culinary world.  Both of them trusted us and choose us among other agencies to make them discover the history, the culture, the traditions and especially the Moroccan gastronomy. Brittany and Claire who were […]

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Josh Katz follows the Moroccan spice trail

From Rabat to Tangier, the London chef goes on a road trip along the coast of north Morocco in search of simple pleasures by the sea Photos by Benmokhtar Mohamed | November 2019 It’s a cool, oddly un-chaotic Tuesday morning in Rabat’s central souk and there’s a thin smell of salt in the air; Mohamed […]

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We lunched Moroccan Cooking class

Moroccan Cooking Class is a platform dedicated to culinary tourism activities related to Moroccan cuisine in general and specifically Cooking Classes, Available in Morocco in particular and in future Abroad. www.moroccancookingclass.com Launched by the founders of the concept of tasting tours in the Kingdom of Morocco (moroccantoodtour.com), this platform brings together a selection of the […]

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Certificate of Excellence from Tripadvisor

Moroccan Food Tour has recently been awarded the prestigious Certificate of Excellence Tripadvisor 2019, a distinction awarded to agencies and companies as a form of recognition by travelers for the activities and services offered on the platform. This honorary certificate of excellence is issued based on a set of criteria, based on the evaluations and […]

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How to go to the Sahara desert, all the possible ways and all thing to do in Merzouga golden dunes

On the road to the Moroccan dunes From Marrakech, the road to the desert is long. By car, a full day is necessary to reach both Zagora or Merzouga and not miss the sunset. Fortunately, the road is beautiful and offers a variety of breathtaking scenery. Between snowy mountains, red rocks, palm groves and oases, […]

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Inside the kitchen of a Moroccan Family

Our country, Morocco, is known for its breathtaking scenery, for its gastronomy to fall to the ground, for the warmth welcoming and friendliness of its inhabitants but especially for .. its families. Family is one of the most important elements of everyday’s life in Morocco. The Moroccan family is a living family, who spend a […]

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The world of spices

Making a dish is not easy or complicated, but it requires a recipe, a good technique and especially spices. A good Moroccan dish that respects itself consists of 90% of spices. A harmony of colors that punctuate our dishes and awaken our taste buds. What is the origin of spices? There was a time when […]

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The famous couscous

Couscous is THE dish that any self-respecting Moroccan family eat every Friday. Being the National dish of several countries from Morocco to Tunisia through Algeria, the couscous speaks to everyone but is cooked a thousand different ways, according to seasonal products. This dish has charmed various European countries such as France, Spain, Italy and Portugal […]

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WHAT A SHAME! A LOSS FOR ALL OF US.

first of all our sincere condolences to the families of lisa and marry, may peace be open them souls, the moroccan food tour family feel so sorry for the loss of two beautiful free young spirits. No words are enough to express our sorrow. Today, the whole travellers community feels deeply touched by what happened […]

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Morocco guide: 10 things to know before you go as seen on CNN

Rainbows of color, spice-market smells, an urban orchestra of sounds: Morocco can be overwhelming at first. Lying 13 kilometers, or 8 miles, from the coast of Spain, the North African country mixes Middle Eastern magic, Berber tradition and European flair. Tourism has more than doubled since 2002, to nearly 10 million visitors in 2011. King […]

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The Moroccan Bread, all kinds that you have to try

Nothing can beats a fresh baked bread coming straight out of the oven with some melting butter inside and pure honey, paired with a hot steaming cup of mint tea … if that is your favorite breakfast, In Morocco this is an everyday sort of thing. And not only within the breakfast, it will be […]

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Rabat – intro to food By Nancy Caldwell

This morning I met my guide, Mohamed Benmokhtar at Rabat Gare Ville, the central railway station, and off we went for my private food tour of Rabat. (https://oldversion.moroccanfoodtour.com/our-tours/rabat-food-tour/) First stop: pastilla with chicken. This is pastry filled with chicken and almonds. It’s served hot as a starter at weddings. My photo did not do justice […]

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