Mrouzia

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A Mrouzia Tajine

Mrouzia is one of the most important dishes of Moroccan cuisine. It is a sweet and salty meat tajine, combining a ras el hanout blend of spices with honey, cinnamon and almonds. It is also prepared in Tunisia, but in a different manner. An author mentions the name in Algeria, but for a different dish.

In Morocco, this tajine is one of the traditional dishes of the Eid al-Adha Muslim festival (Festival of Sacrifice). It is often made of lamb from animals ritually sacrificed during the festival.

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