Moroccan food tends to be richly-spiced, full flavoured and designed to sustain. Many Moroccan recipes use plentiful North African produce such as dates, honey and apricots to add depth to classic dishes such as Moroccan cous cous, Moroccan chicken and the famous Moroccan tagine.
A Moroccan tagine is usually made with lamb and is a thick stew simmered in a clay pot called a tagine. Plenty of fresh veg and drid fruit are added and the dish is usually seved with cous cous or Moroccan flat bread. An inspiring way to bring a taste of Africa into your dinner party. Try out chicken tagine for a light alternative.