For hundreds of years, Moroccan women have been using a variety of natural products and treatments to enhance their beauty and promote healthy skin and hair. Here are our top picks of Moroccan beauty traditions to try at home.
A quick, easy and healthy almond milkshake the Moroccan way! Blanched almonds are blended with fresh milk and a splash of orange flower water for traditional flavor.
Melt-in-your-mouth Moroccan shortbread cookies with crackled tops. Toasted sesame seeds and ground almonds add nutty crunch.
These delicious honey-coated Moroccan pastries are filled with a homemade almond paste flavored with cinnamon and orange flower water. Serve them at tea time or for special occasions.
I have yet to meet anyone who can resist the unbelievable chewiness of these Moroccan almond macaroons, a type of ghrouiba or ghrieba. And I have yet …
Fekkas or fakkas is a famous twice-baked Moroccan cookie very much like biscotti. In Morocco we find them in different shapes and sizes and with different additions. …
Mrouzia is a sweet and savory Moroccan tagine that’s seasoned with ras el hanout, ginger, saffron, and cinnamon. Honey not only adds sweetness, but in earlier times also acted as a preservative in tandem with the spices.