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We love the aromatic and colourful spices that Moroccan food is known for, and use them in our Moroccan-inspired meals. Create your own mezze feast including couscous, harissa chicken wings and more. Or make a tagine for the whole family to enjoy at the weekend.
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Easy Moroccan recipes
What a way to make cauliflower shine! Roast your florets with North African spice blend ras el hanout, dried cranberries, dates, nuts and pomegranate seeds, then drizzle the whole lot with a tahini and mint dressing.
Zaalouk is served at room temperature as a side dish in Morocco. It’s perfect for dunking, so get plenty of warm soft pitta lined up. Although it’s not traditionally Moroccan, the halloumi works perfectly with the richness of the aubergines.
An easy and quick tagine made for sharing, with giant couscous and harissa for extra texture and heat.
Midweek menu falling flat? Lift your appetite with these Moroccan-spiced tuna kebabs ready in 15 minutes, served with nourishing grains and punchy harissa yogurt.
This Moroccan-style tomato and almond salad is super simple to make but looks really impressive and tastes delicious. It works as a starter or light lunch, or enjoy it as a side during the summer.
Spice up your weekday dinners with this delicious recipe for Moroccan-inspired chicken wings with herb couscous. Packed with mint, fragrant coriander, sweet maple and fiery harissa, this dish is brimming with flavour.
Make your own marinade using cumin, paprika, coriander and chilli to coat these chicken skewers. Serve with a hummus dip, crunchy cabbage salad and pittas for a punchy dinner idea.
Guinea fowl is marinated in a spice paste and cooked with dates before being served in a bowl of comforting buttery couscous. This recipe feeds up to six people, so is a great alternative to a traditional Sunday roast.
Preserved lemons and a blend of spices give this colourful soup a Moroccan-style edge when it comes to flavour. It’s packed with nutritious veggies and pulses too.
Peppers are incredible. Their sweet flavour and soft texture when roasted pairs beautifully with chickpeas and rose harissa in this classic recipe.