Certainly! Here are the top 3 street foods to try in Marrakech, based on popular local favorites:
Moroccan Tangia – This slow-cooked meat dish is traditionally prepared by men who take their clay pots to the local hammam on Friday mornings. The dish is made with beef, lamb or chicken, and is slow-cooked in the pot with preserved lemons, garlic, cumin, and other spices. You can find it at street-side stalls in the medina.
B’ssara – This hearty soup is made from dried fava beans, garlic, cumin, and olive oil. It’s a popular breakfast food and is often served with bread. Look for it in the early morning hours from street vendors in the old city.
Msemen – This savory crepe-like bread is often served with honey or jam for breakfast, but can also be stuffed with savory fillings such as meat, cheese, or vegetables. It’s a popular snack throughout the day and can be found at many street vendors in the medina.
I hope you get to try these delicious street foods in Marrakech!