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Argan Oil

Argan oil is the most expensive oil in the world, the Argan tree in which the oil is produced from is located in the south of Morocco near Agadir. It is considered to be one of the rarest species of trees in the world; Morocco is one of the only places in the world where these trees are found and grown to create the richness that is Argan oil. Many have tried to grow these tree seeing the wonders it... More

Preserved Lemon

Preserved lemon is used throughout Morocco, adding flavour to a variety of dishes such as salads, sauces and tagines. How to make Preserved Lemon: Depending on how many lemons you use or how many will fit in the jar. Slice the lemons into quarters leaving about two inches at both ends, then squeeze each split open adding a generous amount of salt into each opening. Once this is done, put the lemon back into its original shape. Do the same... More

Amlo

Amlo is a rich mixture or spread that is made of roasted organic almonds, Argan oil and pure honey. It is a grat delicacy in Morocco especially in the south of the country. It is usually served during breakfast, on bread or as a filling to different traditional Moroccan bakery type foods such as Baghrir, Harsha Msamen, Malwi and Rziza or crepes. To make Amlo you will need about 50 grams of whole almonds, five tablespoons of pure honey and... More

Moroccan Olives

  Morocco is the second largest country that produces olives and the sixth to produce olive oil. Marrakesh, Casablanca, Meknes and Fez are some of the regions in morocco where olives are grown. Marrakesh is an area common for producing ‘table’ olives whilst areas such as Meknes and Fez produce olive oil. In Morocco , olives are used for a variety of different things such as appetizers which are served with herbs such as thyme, peppers, rosemary, and oregano whereas... More

Safron

Saffron is one of Morocco’s top exports, although its only grown in a few areas throughout the country it’s sold in markets all over Morocco. Taliouine a small Moroccan village in the south of the country and the Ourika valley area which is located close to the Atlas Mountains near Marrakech are the two well-known areas where the saffron crocuses grow. Saffron is the stigma of the crocuses Statius flower, which there is plenty of in Morocco. When you think... More