For Muslims, breakfast during Ramadan, which is eaten at sunset, has to be the fanciest meal ever. And this is the case throughout the whole month. Each day, families try to make the Ramadan breakfast —Iftar– a little bit better than the day before.
Ramadan is also the best time to showcase and taste the best of what Moroccan and international cuisine have to offer. Ramadan is arguably one of the best times to visit Morocco if you’re a foodie. Perhaps you may even try fasting if you’re not a Muslim; it certainly makes the food taste better at the end of the day.
Anyway, some foods stand out as Ramadan standards. These foods are foods that you find at every Ramadan table in Morocco. Some of them even are exclusive to Ramadan. So, here’s the list of the most iconic Moroccan Ramadan food.