Most of the ingredients in these recipes can be found in your local market, or online. If you reside in New York City, the 16 area Food Emporium markets are offering a "Taste of Morocco," featuring a variety of authentic Moroccan foods, including Cartier Preserved Lemons, Moroccan Gourmet Harissa, Phenicia Argan Oil, Société Impériale des Thés Moroccan Mint Tea, and more, all available for purchase.
An easy cocktail nibble to serve before dinner.
From Chocolate and Zucchini
Quintessentially Moroccan, roasted eggplant is combined with yogurt in this delicious dip, perfect for serving with pita chips.
A basic soup that is transformed into a flavorful dish, thanks to cumin, a signature Moroccan spice, and yogurt.
From No Recipes
An unusual variation of the classic Moroccan braised dish with the orange flavor of kumquats.
From The Other Side of Fifty
A hearty side dish that complements the lamb dish, but can also stand on its own for a vegetarian alternative.
From Vegetable Husband
The sweetness of the sweet potatoes perfectly mellows the Moroccan spices in this hearty side dish.
From Dinners and Dreams
A tiny Moroccan sweet that pairs perfectly with mint tea at the end of the meal.
A crunchy biscotti-like cookie, traditionally known as fekkas, scented with anise and orange water.
From Maud Newton
Technically an infusion, this warming beverage is good for your digestion after a filling meal.