Morocco - Moroccan Recipes

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Peasant Pancakes
Chicken and Olives
Moroccan Chicken
Moroccan Lamb With Apricots
Moroccan Meatball Stew
Orange Salad
Moroccan Eggplant

Thursday, September 18th 2014

Morocco - Moroccan Recipes

Moroccan cuisine has been influenced by native Berbers, Moors, and Arabic cuisines from the Middle East. Many of the dishes are heavy stews or roasted meats. Popular ingredients are chicken, lamb, olives, apricots, almonds, and semolina.

The most popular meat served is lamb. This is usually served in a stew, roasted on spit, or as kebabs. Moroccan lamb is leaner than most lambs served throughout Europe and the Americas.

The other popular dish, and widely known around the world, is Couscous; coarse semolina grains. Boiled, steamed, or soaked in water, couscous can be mixed with fruits, nuts, meats, vegetables, or by itself.

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