Moroccan avocado juice is one of Moroccan street food fixes that you can order in any coffee shop or Mahlabas (dairy shop). It’s been a
This post is full of emotions for many reasons. First and foremost, Lemonade and ice cream juice has always meant to me a trip with
Almond and milk juice is very much linked to my summer breaks in Fez when I was little. The season is usually synonym of weddings,
This juice is one of my aunties’ recipes although she is not the only one making it. When summer shows its nose, juices become handy.
Moroccan tea or Attay differs from an area to another. While Moroccan mint tea is the most famous drink to represent Morocco nowadays, it’s worth
Memories comes to me in the form of recipes. This is my parents refreshing lettuce, orange, cucumber and radish juice which I used to enjoy
Moroccans have used dried fruits in their juices for centuries. The usual suspects are sultanas, dates, almonds. Using apricots to make a juice might also
Grape juice or ‘Assir al ‘inab is family favourite especially during summer when grapes are quite abundant that they’re hanging in many “Arssas” and “Jnanates”
Raibi is a dairy drink we grew up enjoying cold or frozen. It used to be sold in Mahlabas (dairy shops) or small grocery shops.
It’s juicing season. It’s already too hot even in London. So I thought it’s a good time to share some old Moroccan juices we tend