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Here at Amboora we introduce captivating aromas and time-old culinary traditions to the modern kitchen. These traditions have been shaped over centuries by Berber, Arabic, Sub-Saharan, Mediterranean and French influences, Moroccan food offers an incredible union of all things fragrant and sensual.

Amboora introduces these time-old customs to the modern kitchen, enabling foodies, chefs and connoisseurs to sample and experience them. Thanks to a list of special recipes and an ever-growing product range, you can dazzle with your culinary knowledge and impress every dinner guest.

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.

Love Nadia x

    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 …

    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 …

    Turmeric – The Spice of Colour

    Turmeric – The Spice of Colour
      When discovering the origin of turmeric, it becomes evident that turmeric belongs to the ginger family. In order to prepare this bright yellow power, the roots of a plant named rhizome are harvested and dried. Later, these roots are crushed and ground to form a fine powder. Like many other cuisines, turmeric is an …

    Ramadan in Morocco

    Ramadan in Morocco
    Ramadan, the holy month of the year where Muslims should fast from sunrise to sunset. And fasting doesn’t only involve eating and drinking, it also involves any forbidden activities according to Islam. So, this means that from sunset to sunrise, Muslims shouldn’t eat, drink or any other forbidden activity. By the end of Ramadan, comes …

    What Moroccans Eat in Ramadan

    What Moroccans Eat in Ramadan
    If you’ve read some of my previous blog posts, then you already know that I’m a food lover of Moroccan descents, so, since Ramadan is approaching, I thought it’d only be normal to be talking about what Moroccans eat during Ramadan. Ramadan is a holy month for Muslims where they stop eating from Fajr to …

    History of Moroccan Food

    History of Moroccan Food
    I thought this would be the best place to start with giving you a short history lesson in Morocco food.  Like all history, it is something that has developed over a long period of time taking in factors such as location, climate and relations. Since Morocco is located in the north-western region of Africa, its cuisines …

    We are finally here!

    We are finally here!
    Hi Everyone, Thank you for visiting and I am so pleased to share my new website with you! It’s been such a long journey to get to this point but I am finally heading towards realising Amboora. As with a lot of food start-ups there are a lot of ups and downs but it’s been a learning …

    Ramadan – The Holy Month

    Ramadan – The Holy Month
    As Ramadan is coming up, I often get asked ‘why do you fast?’ together with ‘not even water!’. Anyway, I thought it would be good to provide a brief explanation about the month of Ramadan and why Muslims fast. I know it’s not about Moroccan food but plays a huge part in Morocco and we …

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