MOROCCAN TAGINE: AN INTRODUCTION TO COOKING WITH A MOROCCAN TAGINE POT

MOROCCAN TAGINE: AN INTRODUCTION TO COOKING WITH A MOROCCAN TAGINE POT

One of Morocco’s greatest culinary achievements is its tasty tagines. This hearty, healthy stew cooks and simmers in a uniquely designed pot of the same name. But what makes the tagine pot so special? Does Moroccan tagine have to be cooked in a tagine pot?

 

Here’s a primer on the tagine pot and its importance in Moroccan cuisine.

Moroccan Chicken Tagine

Moroccan Chicken Tagine

Moroccan Chicken Tagine

A classic North African dish loved by many, Moroccan chicken tagine is laden with a rich blend of exotic spices which are perfectly balanced. It is named after the earthenware in which it is traditionally cooked and served. The dish is typically slow cooked meet rubbed in a mix of Moroccan spices. A delicious vegetarian tagine can be prepared with a mix of vegetables as well.

February 08, 2019 by Rachid Chakir
Moroccan Candles: Everything You Need to Know About

Moroccan Candles: Everything You Need to Know About

About Moroccan Scented Candles
Moroccan Scented Candles at Marrakesh Gardens are handmade candles enclosed in a traditional Moroccan glass to enhance your living experience as well as interior space. Moroccan candles generally offer earthy, spicy, and sensual scents that nobody can resist but close the eyes and inhale the fresh morocco flavors. 
If we talk about the origin, the term “Moroccan” came from a diverse yet rich country Morocco located in north Africa. Morocco is a well-known country among spice traders all over the world and is also an important producer of Moroccan scented candles. The sweet scent of jasmin  in the Moroccan candles showcase the cool nights of deserts with a little bit of inclusion of ground ginger, oakmoss, sandalwood, velvet roses, and clove. 
Decorate Your Home With Beautiful Moroccan Poufs

Decorate Your Home With Beautiful Moroccan Poufs

Origin of Moroccan poufs

Whenever we think about Moroccan poufs, stars, leather and colors are the things that come to our mind. According to the definition "Pouf is a big cushion which is used as a footstool or low seat. In modern era poufs are the seats made up of beads to provide comfort. Moroccan poufs are also referred to as ottomans and are created with beautiful leather and embroidery. North African nation of Morocco holds first place in hosting a vast range of civilizations, religions and cultures. Moroccan-style décor, design and architecture are vibrant, rich, varied and inspirational. It has borrowed a dazzling design element from different cultures. Moroccan poufs culture was transferred from indigenous Berbers to Arabs, Romans, Spanish and Sub-Saharan Africa

Trendy and Classy Handmade Moroccan rugs

Trendy and Classy Handmade Moroccan rugs

The current infatuation of the West for Moroccan tribal rugs has been extended to the 20th century when rug designers bosomed bluffer palettes and sheer geometric patterns as a contrast in this form-follow-function home decorator. These natural and rustic austere interiors were designed by the famous designers; Le Corbusier, Frank Lloyd Wright and Alvar Aalto. They designed one at Fallingwater which was admired for being the first modernist masterwork by Wright, says Madeline Weinrib, who is also a dealer and designer of rugs and deals directly with the manufacturers of these fabric gems even if requires travelling to widespread locations.
October 13, 2018 by Rachid Chakir
Handmade Moroccan Artisan products

Handmade Moroccan Artisan products

For those of you who like to keep your home décor a little out of the 'normal' ranges, Moroccan décor can provide a touch of mystique and bring the elegance and class of a nation known for its fine quality artisan produce right to your very own four walls. Moroccan décor is in a class all of its very own – but all it takes is a skillful eye, the right sources and a little know how to bring the finest aspects of this delightful country to your own home.
October 03, 2018 by Rachid Chakir
The culture of Mint Tea in Morocco

The culture of Mint Tea in Morocco

Historical background Moorish tea, as they call it, represents the long-held traditional heritage of Morocco, and their addiction to this tea. Over the course of centuries, the mint tea has become the cultural habit not only for the people of Morocco but has also spread throughout North Africa, including parts of France and the Arab.
July 28, 2018 by Rachid Chakir