Street Food in Taghazout

A well-known fact about Morocco is that one of the main reasons to visit and organize your corporate retreat there is to indulge in its delicious cuisine. Of course, there are many other compelling reasons to visit Morocco, such as its culture, history, climate, the Sahara desert, and other attractions. During your offsite in Taghazout, you will have the opportunity to enjoy several delightful dinners at your hotel and at nearby restaurants. However, it’s worth noting that some of the most memorable Moroccan meals are usually served in a local market. For your tasting tour with your colleagues, here are five Moroccan street food dishes in Taghazout: Sfenj: Sfenj are Moroccan donuts with a texture that is slightly more spongy and lighter than that of Western donuts. This Moroccan street food is served hot with a sprinkle of sugar, usually with a cup of mint tea, and is found in almost all traditional markets. Loubia: White beans, or Loubia as it is called in Morocco, can be served as a main dish or as a side dish with freshly baked bread. It is a traditional and flavorful dish that you will enjoy discovering during your corporate trip to Taghazout. Zazaa: This milkshake is a popular drink in Morocco, easy to prepare by blending almonds and dates with milk. It is served cold, with a bit of orange blossom water for added sweetness. Tafernout: This is simply a type of traditional Berber bread baked in a clay oven on a bed of stones. It is impossible to visit Taghazout without tasting this delicious bread. You will have the chance to taste tafernout bread with argan oil, olive oil, and different types of honey or amlou (almond paste, honey, and argan oil). Fish soup: Almost a simplified version of the French Bouillabaisse, Moroccan fish soup is creamy with a few smoky cumin notes. A real burst of flavors that you don’t want to miss during your team retreat by the sea. Don’t be afraid to try different Moroccan street food dishes during your offsite in Taghazout, you and your team might find they are among your favorite delicacies!