Moroccan Cooking

Moroccan Cooking
Moroccan Cooking
Moroccan Cooking

There are lots of cooking recipes and dishes of different cultures and nations but none is more unique and competitive than Moroccan cooking. Mainly due to the diverse cooking recipes and foods which are beautiful to your eyes beyond your imaginations. The diversity of Moroccan cuisines is because they are a merger of several civilizations and countries over the centuries such as Berber, Moorish, Mediterranean and Arab. Today Moroccan cooking has emerged as one of the most diversified cuisines all over the world. Moroccan cooking is truly known as the most unique cooking due to its diversified ingredients.

The truth of the matter is that Morocco yields a wide range of Mediterranean fruits, vegetables and steamy foods. The most commonly used meats of Moroccan are typically mutton, lamb, beef, chicken, camel, rabbit and seafood which give Moroccan cooking a unique and diversified taste. When it comes to flavors of Moroccan cooking, they typically involve: lemon pickle, cold pressed unrefined olive oil, dried fruits. As far as the spices of Moroccan cooking are concerned, they are consisted of cinnamon, ginger, pepper, paprika, turmeric, cumin, coriander, parsley, sesame seeds, anise, saffron, and mint. Moroccans generally used heavy spices in their cooking the structure of Moroccans meals is very unique and systematic. Generally they eat bread with every meal. A normal meal consisted of lamb or chicken. Besides, they eat plenty of hot and cold salads along with the meals. Moreover they eat fruits and vegetables in their normal routines. After the meal, Moroccans would definitely like to drink a cup of mint tea. Normally they eat with their hands. When it comes to dishes, there are several types of popular Moroccan recipes which are known as Moroccan Couscous, Moroccan Lamb, Moroccan Pastilla, Moroccan Tagine, Moroccan Harira, Moroccan Soup, and Moroccan Tanjia. Talking about Moroccan salads, they are mainly comprised of eggplant, tomato mixture, and finally taktouka (blend of tomatoes, green peppers, garlic and spices).
Another most fabulous aspect about the Moroccan cuisine is the usage of desserts. Normally they use desserts at the end of their meals.

There are lots of Moroccan desserts but the most commonly used desserts are consisted of Gazelles Horns, Halwa Shebakia, and Coconut Fudge Cakes. Then Moroccans eat lots of snacks and fast foods too. Finally the most popular drink of Moroccan culture is called Green Tea with Mint. In short, we can say that Moroccans cuisines are renowned due to their diversified food recipes. Moreover Moroccan cuisines have the influences of several cultures and civilizations over many centuries.

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