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Harira Soup

Harira is a rich soup based on a red meat stock made with lentils and seasonal fresh vegetables. It is often eaten as part of the Ftour the ‘breakfast’ at the end of the days fast during the holy month … Continue reading

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Spakia, a honeyed snack, eaten with soup while breaking the Ramadan fast

Spakia is one a number of ‘hi-energy’ foods traditionally prepared in Ramadan forming part of the meal which breaks the fast after sundown. Coated in honey and seeds it is usually eaten with Harira soup. Our Marrakech Riad Cinnamon belonged … Continue reading

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