Luke Martin is a travel vlogger who is passionate about exploring the world through its food. In his video about a food tour of Casablanca, he takes us on a culinary journey through the vibrant city of Morocco. From ancient medinas to vast landscapes and the Sahara desert, Morocco has a lot to offer in terms of sightseeing, but it is also home to some of the most amazing Moroccan food.
Luke has been fortunate enough to travel deep into cities and villages across Morocco such as Marrakesh, Fes, Casablanca, Rabat, Imlil, Chefchaouen, Azrou, Merzouga, Dades Valley and more. He believes that there is an endless supply of Moroccan street food, traditional cuisine, and village foods to experience along the way.
In his video, Luke has compiled a list of the 25 best Moroccan foods to try when you’re in Morocco. He starts off with some of the most famous dishes like tagine, couscous, and harira soup, but he also dives deep into the lesser-known dishes that are just as delicious and authentic.
One of the dishes that he highlights is b’stilla, which is a sweet and savory pie made with flaky phyllo pastry, spiced chicken, and almonds. This dish is a staple in Moroccan cuisine and is a must-try for anyone visiting the country.
Another dish that Luke recommends is mechoui, which is a slow-roasted lamb that is cooked over an open fire for hours. The meat is incredibly tender and flavorful and is often served with a side of bread and mint tea.
In addition to these traditional dishes, Luke also highlights some of the unique street foods that can be found in Morocco. One of these is msemen, which is a type of square-shaped flatbread that is cooked on a griddle and served with a variety of toppings like honey, butter, and cheese.
He also recommends trying sfenj, which is a type of Moroccan donut that is deep-fried and served with sugar or honey. These donuts are crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, making them the perfect snack for anyone with a sweet tooth.
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