Moroccan mint tea - recipe Mint tea is Morocco’s staple drink, found on every street corner and café being poured out of a silver jug into tea glasses. To give it that authentic citrus flavor, the secret ingredient is dried verbena leaves.
Food Urchin's crisp filo parcels are a Spanish twist on a traditional Moroccan briouat, and can be adapted to many different ingredients and flavours. Here they are packed with chicken, chorizo and manchego cheese.
Kefta is ground beef or lamb, typically mixed with cumin, paprika, minced onion, coriander and parsley. Cinnamon, hot ground pepper, and mint leaves are optional. The recipe below shows traditional quantities of these spices and herbs.