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Souk in the City

A large part of the Moroccan culinary experience resides in going to the Souk & buying fresh vegetables and fruits from it.

But that doesn’t have to be the case with Amboora.

Come with us and discover unique and authentic recipes from the heart of North Africa. Rustic bastillas, sumptuous tagines,  and sugary treats  — there’s a delicious dish for everybody.

Learn step by step how to make the most delicious recipes. I will guide you through the simplest culinary processes. This way you can try out exciting new meals and traditional methods of cooking.

Using fresh ingredients found in your local supermarket. You won’t need to travel overseas and to the Souk to bring a genuine taste of North Africa into your kitchen.

From fusion recipes to family favorites, you can start by looking in your pantry! Discover dazzling ways to transform everyday staples with cinnamon, mint and lemons. Or even be inspired by exotic ingredients including turmeric, rose water and sesame.

For me, a huge part of the culinary experience is sharing and enjoying home-cooked food with the people I love. I invite you come on a journey into the heart of North Africa. I promise, it will be fun!

Love Nadia.

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