Spring is a time when fresh fruits are being grown in abundance and favorites like orange blossom water are being added to food for extra flavor. An item served at Kous Kous is the B’stila Roll, which is phyllo pastry stuffed with herb saffron chicken, honey, almonds, and orange blossom water.
What kind of spring food can I find in Morocco?
An exciting fact about Morocco is that it produces a variety of natural fresh fruits to munch on. You can find gardens of fruit with apples, avocados, plums, kiwi, bananas, oranges and much more. Not only do Moroccans dine on these delectable fruits, but they also enjoy making making refreshing beverages out of it.
While it’s Springtime, the best fruits to eat in Morocco are apricots, cherries, kiwis, peaches and strawberries. You can buy these fruits and fruit beverages in souks. If you’re in the U.S., you can buy some in your local grocery store. Why not? You can celebrate spring in Morocco by buying your favorite fruit grown in Morocco in any part of the world.
What kind spring Moroccan meals can I cook at home?
Moroccan citrus fruit salad
Moroccan chicken with fruit and olive toppings
Moroccan couscous with fruit
The best thing about food is that you have the freedom to mix and match different food items to your liking. Try implementing some fresh Moroccan fruits into your favorite Moroccan recipes.
For some Moroccan cuisine with fresh spring fruit, check out the Moroccan Spring Cooking Demonstration with Chef Moumen in coming soon!
On April 14, 2016 at 6:30pm, Chef Moumen will be sharing the secrets to what makes Morocco so special in the Spring - fresh vegetables! Fresh salads, marinated veggies, and vegetable tagine are on the menu! Join us as we explore methods for preparing these delicious veggies.