This is a traditional Moroccan stew that is slow-cooked in a special earthenware pot called a tagine. The dish usually includes meat (such as chicken or lamb), vegetables, and spices like saffron, ginger, and cinnamon 


Couscous is a staple in Moroccan cuisine, and it's often served with vegetables, meat, and a spicy harissa sauce. It's a great dish for vegetarians as well, as it can be made with just vegetables. 


This is a savory pastry that is filled with meat (usually pigeon or chicken), almonds, and spices. It's often served as an appetizer or as part of a multi-course meal 


Harira is a traditional Moroccan soup that is made with lentils, chickpeas, tomatoes, and spices. It's often served during Ramadan to break the fast. 


These are small, fried pastries that are usually filled with cheese, meat, or vegetables. They make a great appetizer or snack. 

Moroccan salad 

This is a simple salad made with tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, and herbs like cilantro and parsley. It's usually dressed with lemon juice and olive oil. 

These are just a few examples of Moroccan dishes that you could serve for dinner or lunch. You could also consider serving mint tea, which is a traditional Moroccan drink, and baklava or other sweet pastries for dessert. Enjoy your Moroccan feast!