Crazy And Delicious Foods To Try In Marrakech During A Marrakech To Fes Desert Tour

  • January 9, 2020
  • By Tizi Trekking

Do you love to go on tours? Who doesn’t actually because it is one of the most interesting activities that mankind has ever invented for having joy and leisure. But no tour is complete without tasting the local food. In fact, some customers or tourists identify a town or city while on tour just by tasting its food & delicacies. When it is all about Morocco, especially while traveling from Marrakech To Fes Desert Tour. Seriously, on all such tours, people really don’t know what kind of food to expect when visiting these middle-eastern cities of Morocco.

Regarding food, Morocco Tours is going to be great suspense for the vacationers:



It is a clay pot filled with lamb, some liquid, preserved lemon, cumin, garlic & saffron that gets slow-cooked overnight in the wood, fire & oven. When it’s ready you can collect your pot & open it onto a place to eat with bread.



When it comes to Olives, Morocco is apparently its world’s fourth producer. Interestingly, they mostly consume them rather than exporting it to other countries. When you taste it for the first time, you will get addicted to it while on your Marrakech To Fes Desert Tour. While on this trip, vacationers have the time to go through so many varieties of Olive that are so large & tasty.

Sardine Sandwich

Sardine Sandwich

Many people don’t like tasting the Sardine sandwich because they think that it is not tasty. But when on a Fes To Marrakech Tour visitors must really give it a try. The dish is really easy, tasty & less fishy than you would expect. These sandwiches are a favorite treat for several local Moroccans. Sardines are also stuffed with a spicy chermoula paste made up of tomato, coriander, chilli, garlic, paprika, cumin, olive oil & lemon juice that turns it into a spicy street dish. Those who want to know more about this staple dish must book their tickets for Morocco Holidays sponsored by Tizi Trekking.      

Moroccan Donuts

Moroccan Donuts

This food item is also known as ‘Sfenj’ in local language or dialect made from sticky, unsweetened leavened dough. Once it has risen, handfuls of dough are shaped into rings & turn deep-fried until they are golden & crispy with a chewy & fluffy interior.

Cookies And Bread

Cookies and Bread

When it comes to sweets, you must go for Moroccan cookies and they are plenty of them to eat while on your Morocco Vacation. One such type of cookie is known as Ghoriba Bahla also known as ‘Silly cookies’.

Now when it comes to bread, there are many varieties of it such as Harcha also implied as Moroccan pan-fried bread made from semolina, butter & milk. It almost looks like an English muffin, its thinner and more like cornbread in texture & taste.  It is mostly served during breakfast or as a tea time snack.

Grilled Vegetables

Grilled Vegetables

You might know about grilled chicken, but have you ever heard about grilled vegetables? During Morocco Trip, you can have any one of these for sure especially if you are die-hard vegetarian. You must try the Moroccan Vegetable skewer while on Morocco Travel.

Dessert & Smoothies

Now last but still not the least, you can also go for desserts & smoothies that are available in Moroccan or Marrakesh streets. You can go for Date milk, you just have to simply add a cup of milk & a handful of dates to a blender & just mix them up that it was so easy that you can make it yourself and don’t go for the streets. The same can be said about the smoothies as well.

The Marrakech To Fes Desert Tour will set you roller coaster ride where you can be able to explore different local food types on street, hotels & restaurants along with exploring historical monuments and the local cultures of Morocco. To know more about the food types of Morocco, please visit us @ and browse through our site thoroughly. You can also carefully go through our packages & choose one that suits you best.

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