Couscous (wheat semolina seed) cooked and accompanied by vegetables, lamb, beef or chicken, is one of the most traditional dishes, which are usually prepared at home on Fridays.
Tajine: is another of the dishes that you will find everywhere. Like couscous, you can eat it at a fairly cheap price in any restaurant, and the amount is usually important, so it can be shared between two.
This delight owes its name to the container in which it is prepared, a clay casserole with a conical lid, and there are different varieties among which the Lamb Tajine with legumes, almonds and plums, seasoned with cinnamon or saffron, and Chicken Tajine, with lemon, olives and a spicy tomato sauce very spicy.
The Pastilla or Pastry: is a very elaborate dish, with an almost aphrodisiac taste with layers of puff pastry filled with slices of chicken or dove meat, interspersed with almond paste, all baked and seasoned with cinnamon and icing sugar.
Bissara It is a simple bean puree with a generous jet of olive oil that you can see that they serve in a multitude of places during breakfast or as an accompaniment to other dishes. To dip with bread!
Harira. This very strong soup is highly appreciated by Moroccans. It consists of lamb or veal, legumes, tomatoes and some pasta, seasoned with black pepper, coriander and ginger. Highly recommended for dinner.
Kefta: Meatballs with tomatoes and eggs. The Kefta could well remind the meatballs with a more spicy flavor: minced meat seasoned with pine nuts, onion, garlic, parsley, hot pepper, cumin and olive oil, which is served in different ways and is a real pleasure for the palate .
4- Go shopping for souks
The souks are a very important part of Moroccan life. Not only for shopping but because they become an essential element of social life. Depending on the place the souks can be permanent, that is, every day they work or only one or several days a week. Without any doubt one of the essential things to do in Morocco is to go to a souk. You don’t have to buy anything but at least walk through it. In these markets, you can find handmade products, food and virtually anything that comes to mind. If you feel like buying something, don’t forget that in Morocco it is essential to haggle to get a good price. In this article you can find an infallible technique to achieve it. It is something that should not stress you or make you angry, take it as something not so serious since you are not playing a good sum, joke with the seller and enjoy the experience.
5- WHAT TO DO IN MOROCCO (SPORTS): Learn or enjoy surfing in Morocco
For those who love sports and water sports, surfing, wind-surfing or quite-surfing are two good activities to do in Morocco. Whether you are experienced or for newbies you will find good beaches that lend themselves to it with not very high prices for classes and material. If you are looking for good waves in Morocco, along its 1835 kilometers of Atlantic coast, there are Many places that lend themselves to it. Without doubt, the best surfers in Morocco are in the south, between Essaouira and Agadir.