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La Maison Arabe (🤍 Dada Series showcase staple Moroccan recipes that are part of La Maison Arabe cooking school menu and now, that you can easily make at home! This series is 10 video 1:04 Carrot and Golden Raisin Salad (🤍 3:35 Cheese Stuffed Pastries (Briwat) (🤍 7:26 Moroccan Zucchini Salad (🤍 9:42 Taktouka - Pepper & Tomato Dip (🤍 12:42 Beef Tagine with Green Peas (🤍 16:57 Fish Tagine With Vegetables (🤍 22:04 Moroccan Chicken Tagine (Stew) ( 🤍 25:46 Berber Vegetable Tagine (🤍 31:37 Moroccan Coconut Ghriba (🤍 34:39 Moroccan Mint Tea (🤍
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Welcome to MOROCCO! Ancient medinas, vast and ever-changing landscapes, the Sahara desert!!! Morocco has so much to offer in terms of sightseeing, but it is also home to amazing MOROCCAN FOOD! We have been fortunate enough to travel deep into cities and villages across Morocco like: Marrakesh, Fes, Casablanca, Rabat, Imlil, Chefchaouen, Azrou, Merzouga, Dades Valley and MORE!! There is an endless supply of Moroccan street food, traditional cuisine and village foods to experience along the way. Because of that, here is a MASSIVE compilation of the 25 best Moroccan Foods to try when you’re in Morocco! Morocco is a world-renown food destination, and should be on any foodie’s travel bucket list! Please let us know in the comments if you agree or if you thought we missed something! Thanks so much for tuning in and if you enjoyed this video, make sure to LIKE and subscribe so that you never miss an episode on our channel. Video Chapters: 0:00-0:25 Introduction 0:26-1:23 Zaa Zaa 1:24-3:49 Medfouna 3:50-5:07 Herbal Tea 5:08-6:28 Pickle Cocktail 6:29-7:54 Babbouche 7:55-9:25 Camel Milk 9:26-11:14 Bissara 11:15-12:07 Chebakia 12:08-14:38 Couscous 14:39-16:37 Grilled Trout 16:38-17:50 Head Sandwich 17:51-19:43 Grilled Skewers 19:44-21:02 Halwa 21:03-21:51 Kalinté 21:52-22:32 Oysters 22:33-24:31 Fried Sardines 24:32-26:54 Stuffed Spleen 26:55-27:56 Chicken Tagine 27:57-29:11 Khlea 29:12-31:38 Steamed Camel 31:39-34:27 Moroccan Seafood 34:28-35:22 Pomegranate Juice 35:23-37:15 Camel Kebabs 37:16-39:12 Pastilla 39:13-41:24 Tangia 41:25-41:42 Outro _ We’re Luke Martin and Sabrina Davidson, food lovers and world travellers! We make videos about local, authentic and unique foods from across the globe. We particularly like to sample street food across Asia. We’ve eaten our way across Asia, Europe, the Middle East, parts of Africa, North America and the list is still growing! Our mission is to create content that is entertaining, informative, honest and fun! We love what we do and we are always grateful for your support! Thank you and see you on the next episode! 🥢 SUPPORT US : 🤍 🤍 📱FOLLOW US : 🤍 🤍 🤍 🎵 MUSIC (try it for free) : 🤍?=Wn_-_7Nk
Delicious traditional Moroccan breakfast, simple and easy to prepare, suitable for the whole family. This delicious breakfast recipe is easy to make. I'll show you how to make a quick breakfast of eggs. Try this recipe and let me know in the comments how you like it. Ingredients: Olive oil or vegetable oil 1 onion 1 green onion 1 pepper 2 tomatoes Parsley Salt 1/2 teaspoon of cumin 1/2 teaspoon sweet pepper 4 eggs Bon Appetit My friends, if you liked this video, you can help in the development of the channel: Rate the video! 👍 - I will be very happy, and it will help the development of the channel. WRITE A COMMENT or ask me a prescription question. I am more than happy to answer you. 📢 You can also share this video with your friends on social media to tell them which dish you want to cook next. Subscribe to the channel, click on the bell so as not to miss the new video with quick and delicious recipes. Thank you for your time!
Gordon Ramsay's next stop is Morocco, where he visits a market with renowned chef, Gilad. Gordon also tries his luck at making Warka. Follow chef Gordon Ramsay as he journeys to some of the most incredible and remote locations on Earth in search of culinary inspiration, epic adventures, and cultural experiences he will never forget. #GordonRamsay #GordonRamsayUncharted #Unchated #NationalGeographic #Food #Cooking
Moroccan cuisine is a unique blend of flavors and techniques that has been influenced by a variety of cultures over the centuries. From the Berbers, Arabs, and sub-Saharan Africans, to the French and Spanish, Moroccan food has a rich history that is reflected in its diverse and delicious dishes. In this article, we'll take a tour of Moroccan cuisine, exploring the flavors, ingredients, and techniques that make it so special. One of the most iconic dishes of Moroccan cuisine is the tagline. A tagine is a type of clay pot that is used to slow-cook meats and vegetables. The pot is designed with a conical lid that allows steam to circulate and infuse the food with flavor. Traditional tagines include dishes such as chicken tagine with olives and preserved lemons, lamb tagine with prunes and almonds, and vegetable tagine with chickpeas and raisins. These dishes are usually served with couscous, a type of steamed semolina that is a staple in Moroccan cuisine. Another important aspect of Moroccan cuisine is the use of spices. Moroccan cooks use a wide variety of spices to create complex and flavorful dishes. Commonly used spices include cumin, coriander, ginger, saffron, and turmeric. These spices are often used in combination to create a unique blend of flavors that is specific to Moroccan cuisine. For example, the traditional spice blend Ras el Hanout includes over 20 different spices, including cinnamon, nutmeg, and allspice. Moroccan food is also known for its use of dried fruits and nuts. These ingredients are used in both sweet and savory dishes. For example, apricots, dates, and figs are often used in tagines and couscous dishes, while almonds and pistachios are used in desserts and pastries. These ingredients add a touch of sweetness and a crunchy texture to the dishes. Another important aspect of Moroccan cuisine is the use of preserved foods. Preserving food is an important tradition in Morocco, as it allows people to enjoy fresh food throughout the year. Commonly preserved foods include olives, lemons, and tomatoes. These ingredients are used in a variety of dishes and add a unique flavor to the food. For example, preserved lemons are often used in the chicken tagine to add a tangy and slightly salty flavor to the dish. Street food is also a popular part of Moroccan cuisine. Street vendors can be found all over Morocco, selling a variety of delicious snacks and meals. Some popular street foods include b'stilla, a savory pastry made with chicken or pigeon and phyllo dough, and kefta, a type of meatball made with ground beef or lamb. These street foods are a great way to experience the flavors of Moroccan cuisine without breaking the bank. In conclusion, Moroccan cuisine is a delicious and diverse blend of flavors, ingredients, and techniques. From traditional tagines and couscous dishes to street foods, Moroccan food has something to offer everyone. The use of spices, dried fruits and nuts, preserved foods, and traditional cooking techniques make Moroccan cuisine a unique and delicious experience. Whether you're a seasoned foodie or just curious about Moroccan food, exploring the flavors of Morocco is a must-do for anyone interested in culinary adventures. Right now I'm traveling through 12 countries in 12 months, and it's all possible because of Remote Year Get Started Here (Referral Link): 🤍remoteyear.com/general-application?referee=25190423 If you like the Traveling video please don't forget to hit on the Subscribe button. Subscribe: 🤍 Inspire me and click on that button if you like it and subscribe to be notified on my next one. Feel like you missed out on what’s happening? Keep watching my previous Traveling videos on my YouTube channel. #MoroccanCuisine #travelvlog #travelmorocco Thanks! Sincere but Never Serious -Michael Rosenberg Video Edited by: Aprilyn Cabotaje (ig: 🤍iamtofiluck)
Salam💕 Bohemian Family We are in Larache, Morocco!! Thanks To : Larache 1. Restaurant Khay Ahmed 2. Za3za3 El Kouch 3. Sandwich Bab El Kassaba 4. Souk Plaza Asilah 5. Cafe Abbas 6. Casa Garcia 7. Sfenj Driss 8. Cafe Daya ▼▽▼▽ Please Like and Subscribe to our channel ▼▽▼▽ (づ ｡◕‿‿◕｡) づ 🤍 ⬅️ SUBSCRIBE❣️❣️ Bohemian Kitchen Instagram: ► 🤍 Bohemian Kitchen Facebook: ► 🤍
In Morocco there's a lot of street food but I found one that I really love.It is called Mixte, it's sandwich with a mix of meats and it is very popular around Marrakech Medina. MORE VIDEOS IN MOROCCO: I flew to Morocco to Try Traditional Moroccan Tea 🤍 I Bought a Traditional Moroccan Dress and they Invited Me Tea 🤍 Tok Tok ride around Marrakech Medina 🤍 ❤️ Follow my main channel: 🤍 ❤️ Follow me on Instagram: 🤍 #Morocco #streetfood #food
Morrocan cuisine - Top 10 Dishes of Moroccan Cuisine you need to know Morrocan food is perhaps one of the most underestimated cuisines in the world, but it's probably not a surprise - Morocco does have a very limited exposure to the global audience. In this video I take you on a ride through culture and history of morocco, showcasing some of the unique moroccan dishes that you should absolutely try if you haven't before. I use this software 🤍 for my thumbnails into my videos... Tubebuddy tools 🤍 #maroccandishes #cuisineofmarocco #maroccanfoods
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Best Moroccan dishes. What to eat in Morocco? Moroccan cuisine is a truly amazing phenomenon! It was formed under the influence of different culinary traditions. The local Berber people digested what the Arabs brought with them, then absorbed the Spanish and Jewish traditions, and finally mastered the French culinary techniques and technology. Morocco is also practically the only Arab country which was not touched by the Ottoman Empire. Local cuisine is a harmonious and memorable combination of Oriental flavor and Arabian hospitality, which will not leave indifferent even the most sophisticated gourmets! So, it is definitely worth trying the local cuisine - fireworks of flavors are guaranteed! To purchase cookbook «Cooking with spice mixes, pastes and sauces»: Via Amazon Kindle: 🤍 00:00 | Moroccan food Introduction 00:59 | Moroccan pancakes Baghrir, Maghrebi Mint Tea 02:18 | Moroccan Maakouda 02:43 | Moroccan Bessara 03:16 | Moroccan Rfissa 05:28 | Moroccan Zaalouk, Moroccan Taktouka 06:17 | Moroccan fried fish, Moroccan Snail soup 07:42 | Moroccan pie Pastilla 08:31 | Moroccan Couscous 09:38 | Moroccan Harira soup 10:43 | Moroccan Tajine #moroccancuisine #moroccandishes #morocco #moroccanfood #foodinmorocco #streetfood #cooking #food #recipes #top10
Marrakesh + Jamaa El F’na Halal Street Food Guide 2019!! ❗️Our Partner "Moroccan Food Tour" has delicious food tours and cooking classes across Morocco (Marrakech, Rabat, Casablanca, Fes and MORE). Go check them out : 🤍 💖 SUPPORT US : 🤍 🥢 BECOME A MEMBER : 🤍 Our Patrons + Members get access to exclusive content, monthly blooper reels and private livestreams! In our first episode we are in MARRAKECH! We are here to eat as much HALAL STREET FOOD as possible! We are spending the day exploring the ancient medina and eating a ton of food along the way. We start the day eating Bessara (Moroccan fava bean soup), and then visit the community bakery. We visit the first pastry shop in Marrakech to try some traditional sweets, and wash it down with freshly squeezed pomegranate juice. The medina features some cool shops that sell pickles and famous Moroccan mint. We have lunch in a busy corner of the market and try cactus fruit for the first time. We take a break from eating and visit the Secret Garden and then watch the sunset over the city. In the evening, we hit the night market for more food: Jemaa el-Fna. We eat the classic Moroccan street foods - like braised escargots! What a HUGE day of eating traditional dishes and STREET FOOD in Marrakesh! MASSIVE thanks to Mohamed from Moroccan Food Tour for making this happen. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a comment and let us know what you thought looked the most DELICIOUS! Stay tuned for our next episode in MOROCCO - we are going into the mountains to experience Moroccan Indigenous food! Subscribe so that you NEVER miss a Chopstick Travel episode! ————————————— Hi we’re Luke Martin and Sabrina Davidson, food lovers and world travellers! We make videos about local, authentic and unique foods from across the globe. We particularly like to sample street food across Asia. We are based in Taiwan where we frequent the best Taiwanese street food stops and create travel content to make finding food in Taiwan easier for YOU! Although we are based in Taiwan we travel the majority of the year around the world in search of the best food. We’ve filmed in Japan, China, The Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, Indonesia, India, Vietnam, Turkey, Israel, Lebanon, Palestine, The Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Greece, Sri Lanka, Canada and the list is still growing! Our mission is to create content that is entertaining, informative, honest and fun! We love what we do and we are always grateful for your support! Thank you and see you on the next episode! ————————————— 📱FOLLOW US : 🤍 🤍 🤍 🎵 MUSIC (try it for free) : 🤍
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An unforgettable taste in an unforgettable city. Eater's Guide to the World visits Le Gatsby in Morocco for a mix of traditional and modern cuisine with our incredible dinner guest, Noor. Watch Eater's Guide to the World, a Hulu Original narrated by Maya Rudolph, now streaming. SUBSCRIBE TO HULU’S YOUTUBE CHANNEL Click the link to subscribe to our channel for the latest shows & updates: 🤍 START YOUR FREE TRIAL 🤍 FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL Instagram: 🤍 Hulu on Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍
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Salam💕 Bohemian Family! We are in Agadir, Morocco Special Thanks To Masterchef Abdelahad Thanks to : 1. Rotisserie AL MARCHÉ 2. Sardine kefta, prickly pear and sugarcane juice near Souk Al Had 3. Monkey Burgers & More 4. Mister Fish 5. Hassan Tissir Souk Al Had No.186 6. Let's Be Healing Food - Tamraght ▼▽▼▽ Please Like and Subscribe to our channel ▼▽▼▽ (づ ｡◕‿‿◕｡) づ 🤍 ⬅️ SUBSCRIBE❣️❣️ Bohemian Kitchen Instagram: ► 🤍 Bohemian Kitchen Facebook: ► 🤍
This chicken tagine with olives and preserve lemons is a staple recipe in every Moroccan home :-) WRITTEN RECIPE: 🤍 INGREDIENTS - 1.5 kg chicken (cut into pieces or just thighs) Ingredients for Chicken Marinade: - Saffron water: A large pinch of saffron + 1 cup of warm water. You can store up to 1 month in the fridge. We will use 1 teaspoon of saffron water. - The pulp of 1 large preserved lemon (or 2 small ones) - A handful of fresh cilantro and parsley - 2 large garlic cloves - 2 teaspoons ground paprika - 1 teaspoon ground ginger - 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin - 1/4 teaspoon of pepper - 2 tablespoons of olive oil Ingredients for the tagine: - 2 onions (grated) - 2 tablespoon olive oil - Pinch of salt and ground turmeric - 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice - Handful of green olives - The skin of 1 preserve lemon (cut into quarters) STEPS: Preparing the ingredients 1- First, let’s prepare saffron water. Soak the saffron threads in some warm water for 10 minutes. This method boosts the saffron flavors and is economical as you can store this flavored water and use it when needed. 2- Quarter the preserved lemon. Separate the pulp from the skin. Finely chop the pulp and reserve the skin for later. 3- Finely chop the parsley and cilantro. 4- Grate the garlic cloves Marinating the chicken 5- Now we are ready, let’s make the charmoula! In a large bowl combine: the chopped parsley and cilantro, chopped preserved lemon pulp, garlic, ground paprika, ginger, cumin, pepper, saffron water, and olive oil. Mix well. 6- Place the chicken in the charmoula marinade and massage into the flesh. I am using only chicken tights, but you can use any other chicken parts. 7- Cover and refrigerate for at least 1 hour or overnight. Setting the tagine 8- Peel and grate the onions. Finely chop the leftover onion pieces. 9- Drizzle olive oil in the bottom of the tagine and cover with the onions. 10- Sprinkle a little bit of salt and turmeric over the onions. 11- Add the chicken over the onion bed, and cover with any leftover charmoula. Cooking the tagine 12- When cooking in a traditional tagine over the stove, use a heat diffuser to avoid burning and cracking the bottom of the tagine. It’s a must! 13- On low-medium heat, place the diffuser first, then the tagine on top of it. Cover and cook for around 15-20 minutes until the onions and chicken release their juices and the liquids start simmering. 14- Then, reduce the heat to low, cover the tagine, and cook until the chicken is tender. This can take 1 hour or more, depending on the chicken parts and quality of your tagine. Very important – make sure that the heat is low. 15- Add the lemon juice and green olives to the sauce. 16- Top the chicken with the preserved lemon skins. 17- Taste your sauce and add salt if necessary – we wait until the end to add salt, because the preserved lemons in the charmoula are already salty! 18- Do not cover the tagine, and continue cooking for another 15 minutes or so, until the liquids have evaporated and the sauce has thickened. Serve immediately with crusty bread. Bon appetite! * If you'd like to watch a Dada (traditional Moroccan cook) make this dish, check out this video: 🤍
Moroccan cuisine is deeply embedded in Israeli food culture, and restaurants serving tasty Moroccan dishes can be found throughout the country. Meet some of these classic restaurants, where spices meet sweet traditions. Warning: delicious food ahead!
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Moroccan Cooking Course Taking a cooking course in Marrakech Morocco ►Subscribe: 🤍 and click the bell to the right for new video notifications each week. - Dave and Deb of The Planet D drop in to the beautiful Riyad El Cadi in Marrakech to learn and enjoy the flavours of Moroccan Cuisine. Three different salads, aubergine (eggplant), carrot and olive, and tomato and paprika before two tagines, beef and chicken. Moroccan food typically takes a long time to prepare, but the result is worth the wait! - Read more and see the photos: 🤍 🤍 - * ThePlanetD Social* FACEBOOK: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 YOUTUBE: 🤍 ThePlanetD BLOG: 🤍 Music Courtesy of Killer Tracks: Name of Song: "Zenith Walk Instrumental" CD Number: KOK2398 Track Number: 12 Name of Song: "Arabian Booty Shake Instrumental" CD Number: KOK2398 Track Number: 27 Name of Song: "1000 Nights Instrumental" CD Number: KOK2398 Track Number: 30 VIDEO TRANSCRIPT: When living like a local you have to learn how to cook like a local What is the one thing someone should do when they come to Marrakesh? Take a cooking course Of course! We’re all ready for our cooking class here we’re going to be cooking two different types of tagine beef and chicken but first tea We’l prepare three different salads alright the famous aubergine salad oooh yum and tomato salad and paprika and we’ll have another salad which is carrots and olives ta da! Merci what talent! I cut an eggplant! So chef Tariq is now pummelling all the eggplant and all of my bad chopping has disappeared it’s perfect now mmmmmm fantastique! I find the longer a meal takes to prepare the better it tastes which means Moroccan cuisine tastes fantastic it takes a long time to prepare but really the reward is in the final product! OK chef Tariq is now putting together all of the ingredients for the tagine the chicken is cooked time to add the vegetables oui? oui Wow we have a work of art here by chef Tariq it’s a chicken tagine that’s about to go in the oven it’s well… it is just full of spices and aroma thyme and hot pepper and just all kinds of seasoning and vegetables that are in season and it looks gorgeous I can’t wait to eat it Ali is giving us a language lesson perfect I love this! it’s not just a cooking class it’s a language class as well
Bonjour tout le monde et bienvenue 🌼aujourd'hui je vous suggère la recette du Couscous aux légumes, Moroccan Couscous , parmi les plats classiques traditionnels de la Cuisine Marocaine. Un bon plat incontournable du vendredi ! Préparation facile et simple, il vous suffit de bons légumes et un bon Couscous à la semoule de blé. J'ai utilisée la semoule complète, saine et riche en fibres, vous pouvez également le préparer avec la semoule d'orge ou un mélange des deux. Merci à vous tous à tout ceux qui m'ont laissé des messages ou commentaires🤗 Alhamdolilah je vais très bien, vous trouverez la recette écrite Sur mon blog ICI : 🤍 😉. À bientôt. Les ingrédients Pour le BOUILLON Poulet ou Viande 1Oignon & Poivron vert 2 Carottes & Navets & Courgettes & Tomates 200g Citrouille Coriandre & Persil Piment fort Huile pour cuisson Sel Poivre Gingembre Curcuma 2,5 litres d'eau chaude Pour le COUSCOUS 500g Semoule moyen de blé complèt 800ml d'eau 1cà thé de Sel 1càs d'huile de tournesol 3 càs d'huile d'olive d'argan ou beurre rance (Smen) * Abonne-toi, c'est gratuit : 🤍 * Mon Blog : 🤍 * Instagram : 🤍 * Facebook : 🤍 - Relaxing 60 minutes , the sound of sea waves Ocean Sounds Nature Sound : Meditation, Sleep CALMING SOUND OF THE SEA 🤍 - English // Captions (subtitles) are available on videos, please turn on Ingredients Chicken or Meat 1Onion & Green Pepper 2 Carrots & Turnips & Zucchini & Tomatoes 200g Pumpkin Coriander & Parsley Hot pepper Cooking oil Salt / Pepper / Ginger / Turmeric 2.5 liters of hot water For the COUSCOUS 500g Medium whole wheat semolina 800ml of water 1 tsp salt 1 tbsp sunflower oil 3 tbsp argan or olive oil or Ghee - Español // Los subtítulos disponibles en los videos, por favor enciéndalo Ingredientes Pollo o carne 1 cebolla y pimiento verde 2 zanahorias y nabos y calabacín y tomates 200 g de calabaza Cilantro y Perejil Guindilla Aceite de cocina Sal / Pimienta / Jengibre / Cúrcuma 2,5 litros de agua caliente Para los COUSCOUS 500 g de sémola de trigo integral mediana 800 ml de agua 1 cucharadita de sal 1 cucharada de aceite de girasol 3 cucharadas de argán o aceite de oliva o ghee Want to cheer us on and not miss any of our new videos? Subscribe, it's free: 🤍 My Blog: 🤍 Facebook: Facebook : 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 🤍 * #cuisine_marocaine #recette_rapide #fatima #Plats_Sucré_Salé #COUSCOUS #food #cuisine_marocaine #Moroccan_cooking
Amazing street food in Essaouira, Morocco. We ate one huge Moroccan seffa and a whole pile of seafood on this Essaouira seafood street food tour! 🔔 SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE FOOD ADVENTURES: 🤍 👀 WATCH Seafood Heaven in Essaouira, Morocco: 🤍 When on the coast of any country, you’ve gotta try their seafood. Here in Essaouira, Morocco, we went on a huge Moroccan street food tour, trying fish pastilla, the popular street food of stuffed sardines with chermoula, and even a fish couscous. There is some amazing street food in Essaouira, Morocco, and today we tried some of the most popular street foods in the city. Of the amazing street food in Essaouira, Morocco, we tried the popular Moroccan food tagine, this time a lemon chicken version cooked with olives to give it an extra bite. The tastes and flavours of it were quite different than other tagines we’ve had, and oh so yummy and delicious. The street food seafood pastilla was packed with seafood and full of flavour. To end our Essaouira seafood street food tour, we tried a huge Moroccan seffa. We aren’t joking, this Moroccan seffa was so huge it was impossible to finish! With so much amazing street food in Essaouira, Morocco, we had such a great day exploring the city on our Moroccan food tour. We hope you enjoy this Essaouira seafood street food tour, trying some of the popular Moroccan foods in the city, including a huge Moroccan seffa and some amazing street food. Stay tuned for more street food adventures! Places we visited: Name: El Baraka - Chez Youssef Address: G67H+GRF, Rue Zayan, Essaouira what3words location: ///mammal.positions.whites Name: Superbe Pastilla Address: G67J+9XQ, Rue Mohamed El Qorry, Essaouira what3words location: ///tumblers.coasters.breeding Name: Stuffed Sardine Shop Address: Essaouira Medina what3words location: ///soldiers.perused.tour Name: Sfenj Shop Address: Essaouira Medina what3words location: ///salmon.destiny.cans Name: Chez Omar Address: 46 Rue Khabdazine, Essaouira what3words location: ///wanting.dilute.greet Name: The Hungry Nomad Address: 34 Rue El Abbana, Essaouira what3words location: ///gateway.vessel.jungle - 🎵 Music: Get a free 30-day trial of Epidemic Sound - 🤍 ✈️ Travel Insurance: 🤍 ▶️ Tubebuddy: 🤍 📷 Our Essential Gear Camera: 🤍 Primary Lens: 🤍 Lens Filter: 🤍 Gimbal: 🤍 SD Card: 🤍 Microphone: 🤍 Cold Shoe Mount: 🤍 External Hard Drive: 🤍 USB-C to SD Card Reader: 🤍 MacBook USB-C Hub: 🤍 Chris's Backpack: 🤍 - 🥢 Catch up on our food adventures! 🤍 📸 Follow us on Instagram for some behind the scenes content: 🤍hungrytwotravel 🤍 ☕ If you're loving our content and want to support us, you can buy us a coffee! 😊 Thank you from the bottom of our hearts 🧡 🤍 - Hey there, we’re Chris and Steph, an adventurous couple in search of trying out all the amazing food the world has to offer! We believe the ultimate best way to experience a culture is through their food and the people that you share it with. On this channel, we’ll share with you our love of trying new and interesting foods, while experiencing different cultures and street food around the world. We hope you enjoy our food tour videos and follow along with us as we explore the globe, stepping out of our comfort zone to try new foods and be adventurous. - THANKS FOR WATCHING 🥰 * Some of the above are affiliate links, which means that if you use them, we may get a small commission that supports our channel at no extra cost to you. We only use affiliate links for products/services we believe in!
Ultimate street food tour in Rabat, Morocco. This was one ultimate street food tour in Rabat, Morocco, trying a massive Moroccan couscous, eating merguez sausage, and tasting a cow head meat sandwich, the ultimate Moroccan street food extravaganza! 🔔 SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE FOOD ADVENTURES: 🤍 👀 WATCH Sweet Street Food in Casablanca, Morocco: 🤍 Morocco has some ultimate street food, and here in Rabat there is loads of street food to be had in the old medina. On this ultimate street food tour in Rabat, we started off our day with the local medina sandwich of habricha, full of meat and spices. Head meat is a popular Moroccan food, so we had to try a steamed cow head sandwich, too. This cow head meat was super tender and tasty, full of flavour with a yummy cumin addition. To continue our ultimate street food tour in Rabat, Morocco, we went looking for the most popular food in Rabat and tried out some delicious local pastries and the popular Moroccan food of merguez sausage. Merguez sausages are a popular street food in Morocco. Grab your merguez sausage, put them in fresh Moroccan khobz, and you’re away! Last stop on our ultimate street food tour in Rabat trying some of the best street food in Morocco, was at Dar El Medina to watch the preparation and cooking of a massive Moroccan couscous. Couscous is Morocco's national dish, so this was a special treat for us, since we’ve been wanting to see the preparation of Moroccan couscous since we arrived in Morocco. This was a massive Moroccan couscous, and the time and effort that goes into making this popular Moroccan food is worth seeing. We hope you enjoy our ultimate street food tour in Rabat, Morocco! Especially making the massive Moroccan couscous, and trying merguez sausages and the tasty cow head meat sandwich. Stay tuned next week for some more Moroccan street food adventures from a new city! Places we visited: Name: Habricha Achabab Address: Rabat Medina what3words location: ///lock.badly.ticked Name: Steamed Cow Head Street Stall Address: Rabat Medina what3words location: ///broad.surprise.risk Name: Pâtisserie Afoulki Address: Rabat Medina what3words location: ///dabble.popular.trades Name: Restaurant Tabib (Et Tabib) Address: 25F6+GQ3, Rue Sidi Mohamed El Ghazi, Rabat what3words location: ///trailer.trials.influencing Name: Dar El Medina Address: 3 Rue Benjelloul Souk Sebbat, Rabat what3words location: ///rejected.rejoin.known - 🎵 Music: Get a free 30-day trial of Epidemic Sound - 🤍 ✈️ Travel Insurance: 🤍 ▶️ Tubebuddy: 🤍 📷 Our Essential Gear Camera: 🤍 Primary Lens: 🤍 Lens Filter: 🤍 Gimbal: 🤍 SD Card: 🤍 Microphone: 🤍 Cold Shoe Mount: 🤍 External Hard Drive: 🤍 USB-C to SD Card Reader: 🤍 MacBook USB-C Hub: 🤍 Chris's Backpack: 🤍 - 🥢 Catch up on our food adventures! 🤍 📸 Follow us on Instagram for some behind the scenes content: 🤍hungrytwotravel 🤍 ☕ If you're loving our content and want to support us, you can buy us a coffee! 😊 Thank you from the bottom of our hearts 🧡 🤍 - Hey there, we’re Chris and Steph, an adventurous couple in search of trying out all the amazing food the world has to offer! We believe the ultimate best way to experience a culture is through their food and the people that you share it with. On this channel, we’ll share with you our love of trying new and interesting foods, while experiencing different cultures and street food around the world. We hope you enjoy our food tour videos and follow along with us as we explore the globe, stepping out of our comfort zone to try new foods and be adventurous. - THANKS FOR WATCHING 🥰 * Some of the above are affiliate links, which means that if you use them, we may get a small commission that supports our channel at no extra cost to you. We only use affiliate links for products/services we believe in!
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Aicha's baboush has 70 different spices, snails and a whole lot of flavor. Enough flavor to give what skateboarder Nassim calls "healing powers". We'll take a bowl of that. Watch this clip from Eater's Guide to the World as we visit Ain Diab in Morocco. Watch Eater's Guide to the World, a Hulu Original narrated by Maya Rudolph, now streaming. SUBSCRIBE TO HULU’S YOUTUBE CHANNEL Click the link to subscribe to our channel for the latest shows & updates: 🤍 START YOUR FREE TRIAL 🤍 FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL Instagram: 🤍 Hulu on Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍
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Chef Mourad Lahlou discusses the history of Moroccan cuisine and the role shared family eating plays in the culture. He explores the importance of staples like couscous, preserved lemons and harissa in this cuisine and demonstrates how he adapts these seemingly simple dishes when serving at home, abroad in Morocco, or on the tasting menu of a Michelin starred-restaurant.
Insane Moroccan street food in Fes. This is the culinary capital of Morocco! Today in Fes we try tagine for the first time in Morocco, on an insane street food tour of the city of Fes. 🔔 SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE FOOD ADVENTURES: 🤍 👀 WATCH Unique Moroccan Street Food in Fes: 🤍 Our insane Moroccan street food tour in Fes started off with one of the most popular dishes in Morocco, tagine. Trying tagine for the first time in Morocco was a real treat! Fez tagines are unlike any other city, sweet and salty with mouth-watering flavours, rich and tasty, this was the perfect place to try tajine for the first time in Morocco! The Fes old medina is an insane maze of alleys, full of all kinds of popular Moroccan street foods, shopping, and more shopping! Wandering around, trying not to get lost, you can find the best street food in Morocco, from sfenj donuts and fresh sweet mint tea, to desserts and home-made soups. This is one insane Moroccan street food tour of Fez. A very popular food to eat in Fes and Morocco is harira soup. We tasted this hearty soup at a local shop also selling cow head meat to go along with it. This insane Moroccan street food was delicious and so flavourful, a must stop for any Fez street food tour for sure! To finish off our Fes street food tour, we went to a place for a popular Fassi dessert, milk pastilla. Served warm and covered in custard cream, this was a tasty way to end our street food tour in Fez. We hope you enjoy this insane Moroccan street food tour in Fes, where we try tagine for the first time in Morocco! Stay tuned for more street food tours in Morocco. Places we visited: Name: Dar Rafti Address: 14, Derb Sidi Yaâla, Rue Talaa Kebira, Fès Médina, Fes what3words location: ///policy.havens.amused Name: Sfenj Shop Address: Fès Médina, Fes what3words location: ///feathers.mandates.critic Name: Abdullah Thé & Café Address: 327H+P23, Rue Machatine, Fès Médina, Fes what3words location: ///meanings.repeated.hoofs Name: La Cave Address: 37 Zkak el ma, Talaa El Kbira, Fès Médina, Fes what3words location: ///maximum.brick.coveted Name: Adil’s Harira Soup Address: 99 Rue Talaa Kebira, Fès Médina, Fes what3words location: ///intent.monopoly.pegged Name: Café Restaurant Al Oud Address: Rue Talaa Kebira, Fès Médina, Fes what3words location: ///mixture.latter.taped - 🎵 Music: Get a free 30-day trial of Epidemic Sound - 🤍 ✈️ Travel Insurance: 🤍 ▶️ Tubebuddy: 🤍 📷 Our Essential Gear Camera: 🤍 Primary Lens: 🤍 Lens Filter: 🤍 Gimbal: 🤍 SD Card: 🤍 Microphone: 🤍 Cold Shoe Mount: 🤍 External Hard Drive: 🤍 USB-C to SD Card Reader: 🤍 MacBook USB-C Hub: 🤍 Chris's Backpack: 🤍 - 🥢 Catch up on our food adventures! 🤍 📸 Follow us on Instagram for some behind the scenes content: 🤍hungrytwotravel 🤍 ☕ If you're loving our content and want to support us, you can buy us a coffee! 😊 Thank you from the bottom of our hearts 🧡 🤍 - Hey there, we’re Chris and Steph, an adventurous couple in search of trying out all the amazing food the world has to offer! We believe the ultimate best way to experience a culture is through their food and the people that you share it with. On this channel, we’ll share with you our love of trying new and interesting foods, while experiencing different cultures and street food around the world. We hope you enjoy our food tour videos and follow along with us as we explore the globe, stepping out of our comfort zone to try new foods and be adventurous. - THANKS FOR WATCHING 🥰 * Some of the above are affiliate links, which means that if you use them, we may get a small commission that supports our channel at no extra cost to you. We only use affiliate links for products/services we believe in!
Moroccan cuisine is full of amazing savoury sweet dishes, and one of the best is this Lamb & Prune Tagine. Tender spiced meat and sweet prunes come together to form an incredible bite of food. _ Want to help us make more awesome recipes like this every week? 🧆 Join our Patreon and come hang out with us on our discord server 🤍 ☕ Or buy us a coffee 🤍 _ 🌍 Stay connected 🌍 You can reach us on instagram and we'd love to see any recipes you cook. ➥Instagram 🤍 _ 🍳 My Kitchen Equipment 🥘 (These links are amazon affiliated and help support the channel at no extra cost to you) Food Thermometer: 🤍 Citrus Juicer: 🤍 Stainless Steel Cookware: 🤍 Pyrex Jugs: 🤍 Stick blender: 🤍 📷 My Filming Equipment 🎥 Sony a7c: 🤍 Tamron 28-75mm F2.8 🤍 _ 0:00 Intro 0:16 Quick prep 0:47 Coming with a Tagine vs Pot 1:15 Cooking the lamb 2:32 Accompaniments to the tagine 3:57 Making the Prune sauce 4:58 Assembling and taste test _ Tagine: 1Kg lamb leg cubes 2 medium onions 3 minced garlic cloves 2 tbsp olive oil 1.5tsp salt 1 tsp black pepper 1 tsp turmeric 1 tsp ginger 1/4 tsp dried coriander 1/4 tsp cumin Pinch of saffron (~30 saffron threads) in 200ml water 5g parsley Prune Sauce 1 tbsp butter 200g prunes 2 tbsp sugar 1 tsp cinnamon 1-2 tbsp sesame Handful of whole blanched almonds
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