Chef Mourad Lahlou is the curator of our Morocco Box. We caught up with him at his restaurant in San Francisco – Mourad – to chat about the importance of Moroccan cuisine and what makes it so special to him.
It is said that the traditional mint tea process in Morocco has been in effect since as early as the 12th century. Learn how the tea is made, and more!
Couscous is so ubiquitous, but how exactly did it become such an integral part of life in Morocco?
The name of this dish comes from the Spanish (Morocco’s northern neighbor) word for pie: pastilla, and it’s similar to our more familiar version, mincemeat pie.
A popular Moroccan street food, these potato pancakes pair great with harissa dipping sauce!
A technique named for the earthen pottery in which you cook it, tagine dates back as far as 1,001 Nights. This recipe, spiked with the kefta spice blend from the Morocco Box, is one of our favorites.
The Morocco Box, filled with a host of pantry staples, is the perfect glimpse into the delicious cuisine of this remarkable north African country!