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Different cultures influence the Moroccan food. In other words, Moroccan cuisine is a combination of Mediterranean, Andalusia, Arabic and Berber flavors and spices.

The Moroccan cuisine is renowned for the use of complex Moroccan spice and herbs. This Moroccan spice mix makes even the most basic dishes full of flavor and amazing.

Moroccan Spice

The Moroccan dishes are endless, each region in Morocco has its special dish and method of preparation. Every city that visitors will visit, they will enjoy its own meal such as tanjia in Marrakech, Lakhli’I and Bastilla wish is the favorite dishes of people in Fes.

When you will travel to the north of Morocco like Tangier, Chefchaouen or Tetouan. There, you can discover food as you have never tasted it before. The cuisine here has a mix of Spanish, Berber influences, in addition to Moroccan spice which makes its food so delicious. It is one of the best places to try freshly baked bread from wood-fired ovens, a tasty Moroccan couscous, fish, vegetables or salads.

In High Atlas Mountains the famous meal in this place is the Bissara. A soup of peas used more during the winter. In this plate, they don’t use a lot of spices for who don’t like spices. The main Moroccan spices they depend on its for preparing Bissara are garlic, cumin, and salt.

But all these regions have a common secret which is the Moroccan spice.

Moroccan cooking uses a wide variety of spices. And the main types of Moroccan spices used in daily food are Salt, Pepper, Ginger, and Turmeric. In addition to other Moroccan spice which is used in some meals like Saffron, paprika, cumin, and cinnamon.

To sum up, In the Moroccan culture, the people eat from the same plate because they have spiritual and social reasons.