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Amboora Moroccan Chicken with Preserved Lemon Tagine

A World of Amazing Flavour

Delivering a bold fusion of flavours from Morocco, North Africa, Amboora’s vibrantly packaged product range promises to entice and delight the senses. We introduce captivating aromas and time-old culinary traditions to the modern kitchen with an exquisite collection of tagine sauces, pastes and condiments.

Shaped over centuries by Berber, Arabic, Sub-Saharan, Mediterranean and French influences, Moroccan food offers an incredible union of all things fragrant and sensual. From our land to yours, Amboora aims to inspire the chef in everyone and satisfy the palate. Incorporate our products into mealtimes for a splash of the exotic.

100% authentic and made to enrapture, our feel-good recipes and quality ingredients transport the diner. Culinary heaven awaits those who dare to sample each flavour. Discover the magic of Moroccan cooking in every pouch, box and jar.

Aromatic products deliver powerful flavour to the palate, whilst savoury treats and sweets offer a heavenly foodie experience. Made to be loved, shared and savoured with patrons, friends and families, Amboora is your Moroccan go-to for every type of occasion.

Bread Culture in Morocco

Bread Culture in Morocco

Bread in Morocco is paramount. It’s unthinkable not to have bread on the table. like not having cutlery to eat. To be honest, elders to children, everybody loves eating and making bread. Bread culture is deeply embedded in Moroccans, we grew up eating it, children nowadays grow up eating it, and a day without it … Continue reading "Bread Culture in Morocco" ...
Saffron – Morocco’s Red Threads of Red Gold

Saffron – Morocco’s Red Threads of Red Gold

Ask any visitor what is the most captivating thing about Morocco, they will definitely talk about the vibrant colours of this beautiful African country. The Moroccan culture has always shown a profound inclination towards the use of bright colours in their clothes, utensils, art and craft, and home décor. Not only this, when it comes to Moroccan cuisines, most … Continue reading "Saffron – Morocco’s Red Threads of Red Gold" ...
Moroccan Coffee Culture

Moroccan Coffee Culture

When it comes to Morocco and popular drinks, people tend to think of Mint tea but little do people know about Moroccan Coffee and the culture around it and no, it’s nothing like Arabic coffee.  You won’t find people drinking it on the go as the takeaway culture doesn’t really exist however use it as … Continue reading "Moroccan Coffee Culture" ...
Vegetarian/Vegan Moroccan Foods

Vegetarian/Vegan Moroccan Foods

Since more people are going vegan to avoid animal cruelty, I thought it would best to write about vegan dishes in Morocco. Only in recent times in Morocco that meat and fish have become more common at mealtimes.  In my grandparent’s generation where meat was considered a luxury, it was eaten occasionally and left for … Continue reading "Vegetarian/Vegan Moroccan Foods" ...
Nadia Hamila - Amboora's Fearless Foodie Founder

Meet Nadia – Our Fearless Foodie Founder

Amboora was founded by Nadia Hamila, a British foodie of Moroccan and Tunisian descent who saw a widening gap in the market. Introducing innovative North African food products to the wholesale, hospitality and retail sectors, Amboora blossomed from a straightforward food business into a platform that contributes, inspires and educates.

Moroccan Honeycomb Pancakes – Baghrir

Moroccan Meatball Tagine (Mkaoura) - Shakshuka
If you love pancakes you’ll love this Moroccan honeycomb pancakes.  They are very light, soft and fluffy which when warm just melt in your mouth.  The pancake has yeast in it which allows for the holes to form and is only cooked on one side. It’s very easy to make as you just need to …

Moroccan Mint Tea (aka Moroccan Whiskey) – Atay bi nana

Moroccan Meatball Tagine (Mkaoura) - Shakshuka
Not a day in Morocco is complete without brewing and sipping the much-loved and very famous Moroccan mint tea. Mint tea has been a long tradition that is not alive and well-practised in Morocco only but is also quite popular in neighbouring north African countries such as Algeria, Tunisia and Libya. It is because of …

Quick and Easy Moroccan Meatball Tagine (Mkaoura) – Shakshuka

Moroccan Meatball Tagine (Mkaoura) - Shakshuka
Shakshuka is a very famous dish in Morocco and in Tunisia. Both countries share the same recipe and both countries LOVE it. The only difference is that in Morocco, this recipe is called Shakshuka, and in Morocco, it’s called Mkaoura. Shakshuka means “mixture” and it describes this dish perfectly as it is a mixture of …

Quick and Easy Moroccan Marinated Fish In The Oven -Tagra

Moroccan Meatball Tagine (Mkaoura) - Shakshuka
If you’ve ever been to Morocco then you probably know that we’re famous for our Tagines, Couscous, Rfissa, and other traditional recipes. You’ll also know that we’re famous for our seas and our fish dishes as well. One of the fish dishes that I love the most is Tagra, or marinated fish in the oven. …

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