Traditional Moroccan drinks you must give them a chance
It would help if you refreshed your mood all day long with a tasty, cool drink. Indeed, you have one or two traditional drinks you are thirsty for in the early morning, at night, or during your exhausting day. But in Moroccan cuisine, you will find something you like, too.
If you visit Morocco, be ready to try new, varied, and dainty beverages during your tour. Here are the most popular drinks among Moroccan people.
Moroccan Mint Tea is served all the day
A minty flavor mixed with tea is a traditional drink in Morocco. All its ingredients are soaked together with your favorite sugar to be sweet.
In Morocco culture, when you visit some of your friends or sit in a café with them, and one of them offers a cup of Mint Tea to you, it will be like a welcoming gesture for you.
"Khunjul" a Moroccan spices tea
Unusual ingredients are mixed to create a unique drink: the Khunjul, a trendy Moroccan spice tea. It will take a lot of research to know the exact recipe for a cup of Khunjul. This recipe is filled with many spices and condiments, and you have to understand that some of these spices are used as a natural remedy, especially on cold days.
So, if you taste one in Morocco and you want to make it at home, here are the ingredients of Khunjul: cinnamon bark, cloves, white pepper, dry nutmeg flower, dry ginger, a little bit of red chili, white cumin, madder root, and cardamom.
Put all these spices in a food grinder together, using the same amount. Then, boil the water, add the tea, and soak it for two minutes to prepare it as a beverage.
Moroccan Mint and White Chocolate
Moroccan mint and white chocolate are the perfect relaxed summer drink for you to try. This drink's cooling flavor will be nice for all your guests at your party.
The following recipe for Moroccan mint and white chocolate ice cream:
- 1 cup coconut cream
- 1/2 cup coconut milk
- 1/4 cup white chocolate
- 1 tsp mint extract
- 3-5 drops of green food coloring
- Gold sugar sprinkles
Firstly, put the melted white chocolate into the coconut cream, split up about 1/4 cup of the mixture, and put it in the fridge to coldish; add the lasting (3/4 cup) coconut milk to the cream and chocolate mixture and stir to integrate. The green food coloring will be added to the mixture and frosted for almost 2 hours.
Finally, prepare a cup with the green mixture, then cover it with the pawned coconut cream/chocolate mixture, followed by sprinkles on top.