Marrakech has drawn inspiration from the flavors of traditional Moroccan cuisine and the abundance of fruits in the four corners of the country. That is how the ‘Tradition’ range was born. Beautiful celebration of the orange through recipes with authentic tastes, Marrakech ‘Tradition’ will take you on a trip back in time to revive the memory of your precious moments of sharing with your loved ones.
|Calories / Calories||50 Kcal|
|Lipides / Fat||0 g|
|Saturés / Saturated||0 g|
|Glucides / Carbohydrates||12 g|
|Sucres / Sugars||12 g|
|Fibres / Fiber||1 g|
|Protéines / Protein||0,3 g|
|Sodium / Sodium||2 mg|
|Vitamine C / Vitamin C*||25 %|
|Vitamine A / Vitamin A*||0 %|
|Calcium / Calcium*||0 %|
|Fer / Iron*||1 %|
Orange, in its different varieties, is one of the most cultivated fruits in Morocco. Indeed, the richness of the Moroccan soil and the generosity of its sun are what makes our oranges most tasty and very rich in essential nutrients and vitamin C. The orange is widely used in the Moroccan gastronomy where it has its prominent place. Juice is not the only way oranges are consumed. They are widely included in the composition of many dishes, salads and desserts.
Cinnamon is undoubtedly one of the oldest spices used in Morocco, an important element in the kitchen where it plays a predominant role, especially in the context of different culinary preparations for the holidays. Above all, for dessert, it gives an exceptional taste to the orange that the most nostalgic will remember with pleasure.