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Morocco Street Food - HALAL STREET FOOD in Fes!! BEST Moroccan Couscous Eating Camel Meat!

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Morocco HALAL Street Food Tour in Fes!! BEST Moroccan Camel Meat! Pastries, Tagine, Goats مدينة فاس

This episode of Halal Street food will be INSANE so stay tuned until the end!!! We are first exploring the ancient medina of FES! This place is packed with incredible STREET FOOD, rich history and is vibrant with fresh produce. We are eating everything from small Moroccan snacks to CAMEL meat (camel tongue and back fat!) made fresh!
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Going DEEP For Street Food in Morocco - BREAKFAST Tour of Marrakech!

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In Marrakech, there is a ton of amazing street food on every street corner. We travelled to Morocco solely to eat, and chose Marrakech because we heard the food is amazing and that the people are friendly. When we arrived, we started to explore the souq alleyways near Jama El Fna square in downtown Marrakech. What you can find in the souqs will blow you away. There is so many different Moroccan street foods to try. We quickly discovered that Morocco has some of the best street food in the world. So tasty!

First up, we found a friendly Bissara soup vendor who let us film this street food vlog and was happy to serve us. The Bissara soup is a fava bean aka broadbean soup served with bread for breakfast. It was scooped out of a big pot and served by bowl to all the hungry locals. This man was definitely a character, and super friendly too. He gave all the local Moroccans a free bowl if they couldn't afford it.

Next, we went for another local street food in Morocco, the Hassowa. It was a super strong, almost spicy soup made from oregano and semolina. The man who served this street food in Marrakech had served this for 16 years in the streets of the old Medina in Marrakech.

After this, we went for more Moroccan breakfast and ordered a Msemen moroccan flatbread. It was served with a ton of butter and honey and was super oily yet crispy at the same time. The lady who cooked it was also very friendly and was making a ton of the msemen for the hungry locals!

For our next breakfast meal, we enjoyed a truly classic Moroccan breakfast street food, the Khlea. The Khlea is a moroccan omelette made with 2 or 3 eggs and a few slices of Khlea preserved beef with smen moroccan preserved butter. It was super heavy and a little salty from the butter and beef.

And for our final meal, while not quite breakfast, was a Moroccan tajine made with beef and carrots and potato and zuchinni, found right on the street!

The addresses for the street food locations found in this street food vlog are below:

1) Bissara soup vendor: Bab doukkala area of Marrakech. You can find a ton of guys around the wall in the morning selling it.

2) Hassowa soup vendor: Near the Jama El Fna square of old Marrakech. This one was just a lucky find, you gotta go deep into the alleyways to find stuff like this.

3) Msemen Moroccan flatbread. You can find this one again in the back alleyways. Right behind the olive guys at the back of the Jama El Fna square in the morning for breakfast.

4) Khlea egg omelette with preserved beef and smen butter. We found this one at a local cafe called Zeitoun Cafe AKA the olive cafe in the Medina of Marrakech.. I must admit it was a little tourist and maybe less DEEP than other places, but the omelette was nice and tasty.

5) Delicious Moroccan Tajine DEEP in the streets. This one was also near the Bab doukkala area of Marrakech. You can find a street full of restaurants selling everything from these tajines to grilled BBQ fish and more. It was amazing!

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WOWWW!! Mega Seafood and BBQ CAMEL in Morocco! INSANE Street Food and Seafood Market Tour!

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Today we're going DEEP for a full-on SEAFOOD and BBQ Camel Adventure in Essaouira, Morocco! You can follow along as we find MEGA sized seafood like lobster and jumbo crab, and also go DEEP to the Had Dra Sunday farmers market outside of Essaouria to find some INSANE street food, like BBQ camel and a GIANT Moroccan Tajine!

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If you're thinking of coming to Morocco to eat street food, you're going to love it. In one day, you can travel from Marrakech to Essaouira, and try some of the best street food in the world.

We started out our MEGA seafood adventure and BBQ camel tour by first visiting the Sunday farmers market at Had Dra, a short bus ride outside of Essaouira. It was here that we found huge rows of different meats that you can bring to the corner of the market and BBQ up. Right away, I noticed a huge camel head hanging up and different cuts of camel. I knew it had to be done. So we purchased 1 kg of camel and brought it to the BBQ. It was honestly too tough and dry.

After this, we found another GIANT street food to try, the giant chicken tagine. It was so delicious and full of olive, potato, zuchinni, and Moroccan spice.

Next up, we went back to Essaouira in search of some of the best street food and seafood, and found some crazy stuff at the local seafood market. We found a GIANT LOBSTER, around 3.5 KG, and also had some raw seafood like sashimi. I found raw sea urchin, and also raw oyster! The sea urchin, sometimes called Uni, was quite strong! After that, we found a GIANT crab and GIANT LOBSTER at this seafood market. It was such a cool experience! The lobster was quite expensive actually, about $120, but so worth it!

Then we brought the lobster to a grill in the DEEP back streets of essaouira and feasted! It was honestly a little overcooked in some places but in other places it was perfect. I think that's because the lobster was so huge it was hard to cook evenly.

After this, we went to a local Lady's home to try some home cooked moroccan food, the world famous chicken cous cous. Here, it was juicy chicken over top of nutty cous cous with carrots, potatoes, pumpkin, and zuchinni. Moroccan street food is amazing, but the home cooked Moroccan cuisine is even better!

It was an incredible day in Essaouria, Morocco! We found a ton of amazing Moroccan street food and Moroccan home cooked cuisine!
The best part was definitely the JUMBO seafood like the giant lobster and crab, and I must say, the BBQ camel was not my favourite!

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21 MOROCCAN FOODS TO TRY WHILE VISITING MOROCCO
1. Tagine
We had tagine multiple times while in Morocco. It’s a clay cooking pot with a conical lid with multiple types of dishes slow cooked inside (beef, lamb, chicken, veggies, etc). You can get it practically anywhere, at roadside stops, cafés, and nicer restaurants.

2. Couscous (National Dish of Morocco)

Couscous is originally from Morocco and typically served with meat or vegetable stew. Traditionally it’s prepared on the Muslim holy day (Friday) and for special occasions, but you can find it at most restaurants and cafes.

3. Zaalouk

Zaalouk is a common side dish and typically served with crusty bread. It’s a spread made with eggplants, tomatoes, garlic, olive oil and spices.

4. Fish Chermoula

Chermoula is a mix of herbs and spices used when grilling or baking fish and seafood. Depending on the mix, you’ll get flavors of onion, coriander, chili peppers, or saffron. Often times you’ll see it as a dipping sauce too!

5. Harira

This is basically a Moroccan lentil soup usually served as a starter or used during Ramadan to break the fast at dusk.

6. Pastilla (Chicken or Pigeon Pie)

If you love the mix of sweet and salty flavors than you definitely need to try pastille. This flaky pie is traditionally made with pigeon, but more commonly served with chicken now.

7. Makouda

Who doesn’t love deep-fried foods? Makouda is a deep-fried potato ball dipped in spicy sauce and definitely a street food staple.

8. Khobz

This crusty bread is typically baked in communal wood-fired ovens and served with a lot of meals. Also, be sure to check out all the other breads in Morocco, like the harcha (a buttery bread), rghaif (a flaky flat bread), or baghira (spongy crumpet).

9. Steamed Sheep Head

During the festival of Eid al-Adha, everyone slaughters a sheep then steams the head for hours. You can typically purchase a half or whole head and enjoy it with cumin, salt, and chili. The whole head is edible, but the best parts are the tender cheek meat and tongue.

10. Spicy Sardines

Morocco is the world’s largest exporter of sardines. Naturally, they also serve it all over the country. Stuffed and cooked with a spicy chermoula sauce, they deep fry the fish for a tasty snack.

11. Mint Tea

Everyone has his or her own version of mint tea, which is the drink of choice in Morocco. It’s a green tea base with lots of mint leaves and sugar.

12. Bissara

Commonly served during breakfast, this is a rich and hearty soup made from dried fava beans. Typically it will be topped with fresh olive oil and a sprinkle of cumin.

13. Crumbed Liver

You can try this with a side of fries or in a sandwich, but the smooth and buttery calves’ livers is a delicious fried dish.

14. Brochettes

These tasty kebabs are rubbed in salt and spices and can be found in a lot of the markets. You can get chicken, lamb, or beef and the enormous clouds of smoke make for great photos.

15. Aubergine or Moroccan Eggplant Fritters

Aubergine, or eggplant, is common in a few different dishes in Morocco, but be sure to try the fritters. They slice the eggplant then dip them in a paprika batter before deep-frying them for a delicious side dish.

16. Snail Soup

Snail soup can be found all over Morocco. Use a toothpick to pick out the snails from the shells then slurp up to the soup. Locals believe the broth is good for digestion and fever.

17. Stuffed Camel Spleen

Taking on the form of a sausage, stuff camel spleen is soft and creamy. It’s usually filled with beef or lamb, olives, spices, and a bit of hump fat. It’s typically served in a sandwich.

18. Tanjia or Tangia

Tangia, like tagine, is a clay pot, and dishes are named after the cooking vessel that it’s cooked in. It’s traditionally filled with chunks of beef or lamb and a bunch of spices, then slow cooked in the embers of a furnace.

19. Kaab el Ghazal

Kaab el Ghazal, or gazelle horns, are crescent-shaped pastries have almond paste scented with orange flower water and cinnamon.

20. Briwat or Briouats

You can’t leave Morocco without having some of these delicious sweets! Briwat is a deep fried filo pastry in the shape of a triangle and filled with almonds.

21. Shebakia or Chebakia

Another delicious dessert, shebakia is a flower-shaped, fried sesame cookie dipped in honey. You’ll usually find bees all over them in the markets, and they just shoo them away before serving them to you. It’s all part of the experience.
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MEETING A STRANGER in Morocco's Oldest & Largest Medina | Moroccan Food Tour In Fez (Fes

It's time to journey BACK into the past, as we explore the mysterious alleyways and streets of the Fes Medina. The Fez Medina is the oldest and largest Medina in the world, and it's filled with secrets, delicious food, crazy characters, and so much more! This episode of MARKET MADNESS is one of the most exciting I've ever released. I really hope you enjoy this episode, because it was such a blast to film. Shout out to my friend, Seif, for showing me around the market!


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Ultimate MARRAKESH Street Food Market Tour | Morocco 4K Travel Vlog

Ultimate MARRAKESH Street Food Market Tour | Morocco 4K Travel Vlog

There’s nowhere in Morocco like the Jemaa el-Fna square – no place that so effortlessly involves you and keeps you coming back for more. I have been to Marrakech 3 times now and I still come back and visit this place every time. Jemaa el-Fna is located in the medina quarter of #Marrakesh. The square is open daily and things typically get going early morning and continue until at least midnight.

By day, most of the square is just a big open space. In the morning, stall owners set up their stands selling fresh orange juice, spices, traditional medicines, mint leaves, and snails. Definitely try the fresh squeezed orange juices, its so sweet and refreshing. The flutes of snake charmers drift across the square, monkey trainers entertain the crowd, and the Berber musicians will create a show but of course only if you pay them. Be careful when taking photos! Always ask for permission to avoid argueing with snake charmers, monkey trainers, and the singers as they may demand a lot of money. But do support the locals by tipping them off with around 10 - 20 Dirhams per photo ( do negotiate beforehand).

The best time to visit this square is just before sunset. Once the sun sets, Jemaa el-Fna really comes alive. The crowd gets bigger and the Restaurants around the square start serving hungry customers delicious #streetfood as they stroll around this bustling square. Even if you don’t eat at them, you should at least wander down the makeshift lane of foodstalls on the Jemaa el Fna, which look great in the evening, lit by lanterns. Check out the hyperlapse footage I created! As well as couscous, tagine and pastilla, there are spicy merguez sausages, chicken and beef kebabs,  harira soup, salads, fried fish, and calamari. For the more adventurous why not try a sheep's head complete with eyes. Check out stall number 10 and the crew!

Marrakech is full of fun loving people and they certainly know how to entertain. Especially if you're from India, Pakistan or Bangladesh, they will serenade you with their Bollywood music skills and call you Shah Rukh Khan, Amir Khan and Salman khan!

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Eating Camel in Chefchaouen Morocco!

As we continue to explore Chefchaouen, Morocco, we stumbled upon a local place that serves Camel meat in a burger! So naturally we gave it a shot!

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Cretan Food!! ULTIMATE GREEK FOOD Tour - Mezedes + SPIT MEAT (Kontosouvli) Street Food in Athens!

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Welcome back to our Greek Street Food series! This is our last episode and in today’s video we are eating some of the BEST food we had in Greece. We are starting the day eating a spread of “mezedes” (Greek small plates). This includes smoked mackerel, dolma (stuffed grape leaves), and eggplant & zucchini in spicy Cappadocian sauce. To top it off, we tried their baklava and a candied carrot dessert.
Next, we are taking you across Athens to sample the food of Crete. Crete is Greece’s largest island and has its own cuisine. At I Kriti, we order Cretan style snails, apaki (smoked & salted pork), yemista (stuffed peppers) and dakos (Cretan salad with rusk). We also ordered their house wine which was awesome.
In between meals, we visited the National Archaeological Museum of Athens. It houses some of the most important Greek artifacts in the world. It was a beautiful place to explore and we recommend checking it out.
For dinner, we are back in downtown Athens for a traditional Greek meal. We tried kontosouvli (meat on a spit), a classic Greek salad and tsatziki. We were very full but so happy!

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1 - Karamanlidika
Sokratous 1, Athens
2 - I Kriti (Η Κρήτη)
Veranzerou 5, Athens
3 - National Archaeological Museum (Εθνικό Αρχαιολογικό Μουσείο)
28is Oktovriou 44, Athens
4 - The Traditional (Το Παραδοσιακό)
Kolokotroni 59, Athens

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Welcome back to our Greek Street Food series! In this video, we are trying to find the best street foods in Athens. We are trying 3 of the most famous street foods in Greece: Souvlaki, Greek pie or Spanakopita (made with phyllo and spinach), and the traditional Greek dessert Loukoumades. We are trying these street foods at the most famous shops, comparing the food, price and entire experience. This is the ultimate STREET FOOD SHOWDOWN!!!

Let us know in the comments what food you thought should win the street food showdown!

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1 - Greek pie (Spanakopita) at ΜΑΜ
Pesmazoglou 3, Athens

2 - Greek pie at ΑΡΙΣΤΟΝ ΛΟΜΠΟΤΕΣΗ
Voulis 10, Athens

3 - Souvlaki at O Kostas
Pentelis 5, Athens

4 - Souvlaki at Kostas
Pl. Agias Irinis 2, Athens

5 - Loukoumades at Loukoumades Ktistakis
Sokratous 59, Athens

6 - Loukoumades at LUKUMAΔΕΣ
Eolou 21, & Aghias Irinis Str, Athens

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Welcome back to amazing Greece! This is our Athens Street Food series, and today we are continuing to explore Greek Street Food in the ancient city. Today, we are taking you to a fresh market only locals know about: Laiki Farmers’ Market. It is only open on Saturdays. We will be showing you the best Greek products you can try in the outdoor market, like honey, Kalamata olives, cherries and other amazing products grown in the south of Greece.
After, we will be eating more delicious street food including fried calamari (squid), souvlaki kebabs, and the famous falafels (vegetarian). We will also show you our favorite spot to grab a beer with a beautiful view. Let’s go!

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Kallidromiou 52-54, Athens
2 - Fried Calamari at Zisis Fish in Cone
Athinaidos 3, Athens
3 - Souvlaki kebab at O Thanasis
Mitropoleos 69, Athens
4 - Beer at Dióskouroi
Dioskouron 13, Athens
5 - Falafel at Falafellas
Aiolou 51, Athens

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Morocco Street Food - HALAL STREET FOOD in Fes!! BEST Moroccan Couscous + Eating Camel Meat!
MOROCCO STREET FOOD series! This episode is INSANE so stay tuned until the end!!! We are first exploring the ancient medina of FES! This place is packed with incredible STREET FOOD, rich history and is vibrant with fresh produce. We are eating everything from small Moroccan snacks to CAMEL meat (camel tongue and back fat!) made fresh!


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Morocco Casablanca + Marrakesh

Quick jaunt to Morocco. Visiting both Casablanca and Marrakesh.

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