Babbouche is a dish originating in Morocco whose main ingredient is snails. The snails are cooked slowly in broth that contains ingredients such as thyme, aniseed, gum arabic, mint, caraway, and liquorice.
The dish is sometimes prepared and served as a soup.
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- Wolfert, Paula (2012). The Food of Morocco. A&C Black. pp. 42–43. ISBN 9781408827468.
- Chnowa el ftour: "Chakchouket Babbouche". Shemsfm.net. – includes an image of babbouche