Discover the homemade food of Morocco
Here are some of the best home-cooked dishes that you don’t typically find in restaurants. View our hosts below with whom you can share these authentic Moroccan foods.
Traditional Moroccan stew named after the conical earthernware pot in which it is slow-cooked and served
Hearty soup of meat, lentils, chickpeas, tomatoes and spices traditionally served during Ramadan
Coarsely ground and steamed wheat pasta made from semolina typically eaten with a stew of meat and vegetables
Flaky pastry pie (originally from Fez) filled with pigeon meat, spiced with saffron, and dusted with cinnamon
Traveling Spoon Experiences in Morocco
Taste tagine, harira, couscous, bastilla, and other authentic Moroccan dishes with our Traveling Spoon hosts across Morocco.
Authentic Moroccan homecooking in Casablanca Join professional photographer and passionate home cook Chamsi in her Casablanca house for an authentic Moroccan meal. Chamsi cooks an unforgettable lamb tagine that helps guests understand the important role of spice in traditional Moroccan cuisine. Book your private experience today. Learn more.
Authentic Moroccan home-cooking in Casablanca Enjoy a traditional Moroccan meal in Hajar’s Casablanca home. Hajar cooks authentic dishes like chicken tagine with olives and preserved lemon. Book your private experience today. Learn more.
Moroccan fusion food served in a 500-year-old riad Try authentic Moroccan cuisine with chef Edwina in her Marrkech riad. You can expect mouthwatering dishes such as tanjia of beef cooked in hammam coals. Book your private experience today. Learn more.