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Morocco’s Best Kept Secrets: Street Food You Need to Try in Marrakech

Morocco’s Best Kept Secrets: Street Food You Need to Try in Marrakech

It’s often said that street food never disappoints. If you’re looking for the best Morocco street food in Marrakech, Morocco, look no further than our list of the top must-try foods you simply can’t miss! Check out this list and make your trip to Marrakech even more unforgettable!

Harira Soup
Want to eat something that will nourish both your body and soul? Afterward, choose harira soup. Lentils and chickpeas are included in this tomato-heavy meal in their simplest form, while some sellers also include noodles and/or pork. It is offered in little bowls and may be a wonderful way to eat well on the go. In Morocco, tajine refers to any dish prepared by braising or stewing in a pot with spices and vegetables. Tajine tends to be one of the most popular dishes you’ll find at lunchtime stalls because it’s filling and inexpensive. The best part about these Moroccan dishes is that there are many different ways to make them depending on what ingredients are available locally so there’s always something new for you to try!

M’smen is a favourite among Marrakech residents because of its adaptability. It is a pastry that resembles a crepe and is filled with either a sweet or savoury filling. Sweet fillings include sugar, honey, jam, dates, and almonds. Savoury fillings can include cheese, eggs, ham, onion, tuna or anchovies. It is sold in various sizes, but the average price for a single M’smen ranges from 2-5 Dirhams ($0.4-$1). The best time to try them is at breakfast when they are still hot off the pan and crisp on the outside.

A savoury pie known as a b’stilla is created by gently cooking meat and then encasing it in thin layers of dough. Although variants using chicken, fish, and lamb meat are now available, the original recipe calls for pigeon meat. The b’stilla is generally served with plenty of olive oil or butter on top, which act as a natural preservative and sealant to keep out bugs and dirt from getting into the filling during storage or transport. In Morocco this dish has become so popular that people from all over come to get their hands on it. It can be found at many food stands in different shapes, sizes, colors and fillings depending on the region. But one thing they all have in common is their appetizing taste!

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Orange Juice
Yes, orange juice is available practically everywhere in the world. The one found in Marrakech’s streets, however, is genuinely unique because of the delicious and reviving navel oranges that flourish there. Be sure to ask for it fresh squeezed with just a hint of sugar or salt. That way you’ll get the most out of these little bursts of vitamin C! Next up on the list is Sfenj which are deep-fried bread dough balls that are soaked in syrup. These little morsels are not only deliciously sweet but they’re also a great source of carbs too, which makes them perfect when walking around all day sightseeing as well as great after dinner too!

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