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The word dessert pronounced "Dissir" in the moroccan dialect means fruit.

| In other words, the dessert in Morocco is most often seasonal fruits' basket even at receptions or ceremonies. However, several recipes from fruit or sometimes (more surprising) with vegetables are served as a dessert.
The glass of tea is also inescapable to end the meal.


Surprising as it may seem, the green salad is used in a sweet dessert.... 7.9k views

Where When
Homemade Lunch, Desserts, Dinner
Taste Price
Sweet Cheap
Green salad with orange
Alkhoss bellimoune

This small puff cake is the epitome of the delicacy of Moroccan pastries. The sweetness of the almond paste, crunchy moroccan pastry sheets and the sweetness of honey are gathered in this little cake.... 7k views

Where When
Street food, Homemade Desserts, Snack food
Taste Price
Sweet Affordable
Almonds puff pastry
Briwate bellouz

Not really a cake, « Sellou » is an amazing sweetness of Morocco.... 5.9k views

Where When
Homemade Desserts, Snack food
Taste Price
Spicy, Sweet Quite expensive
Pastry with dried fruit and seeds
Sellou

This dessert, yet simple to make, expresses the delicacy of Moroccan cuisine and the art of mixing flavors and exploit the wealth of local agricultural production.... 5.3k views

Where When
Homemade Lunch, Desserts, Dinner
Taste Price
Sweet Cheap
Orange with cinnamon
Limoune belkarfa

Original way to use the beets. Very refreshing dessert drink during summer days.... 4.2k views

Where When
Homemade Lunch, Desserts, Drinks, Snack food, Dinner
Taste Price
Acidulous, Sweet Cheap
Beets shake
Aassir dial lbarba

Vegetables

Carrots mixed in the blender with orange juice and orange blossom.... 4k views

Where When
Homemade Lunch, Desserts, Drinks, Snack food, Dinner
Taste Price
Acidulous, Sweet Cheap
Carrots with orange juice
Khizzo me7kouk

Vegetables

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