Casablanca - Moroccan couscous continues to reflect the kingdom’s richness. Varieties of this Moroccan dish competed during the fourth National Festival of Couscous, held on Friday in Rabat, according to MAP.
Casablanca – Moroccan couscous continues to reflect the kingdom’s richness. Varieties of this Moroccan dish competed during the fourth National Festival of Couscous, held on Friday in Rabat, according to MAP.
Couscous, Morocco’s most famous dish was nationally celebrated on Friday in Rabat. The capital hosted the fourth National Festival of Couscous under the theme, “Moroccan Couscous, Dishes for all Tastes.”
About twenty different dishes of Moroccan couscous, each with its own distinctive ingredients, represented various Moroccan regions.
“This initiative, which comes as part of the celebration of Women’s International Day, focuses on the need to recognize the efforts of creative women and those who preserve Moroccan patrimony and customs,” MAP quoted Marouane Fatima, Minister of Crafts, Social Economy and Solidarity as saying.
For his part, the President of the Federation of Moroccan Crafts, Mohamed Boulahcen, said that the event highlighted the richness and authenticity of Moroccan cuisine. He also indicated his desire to see the festival promoting the organization of similar initiatives that would cast light on other Moroccan dishes.
To prepare the most famous variety of couscous in Morocco read this article, Moroccan Couscous Recipe.
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