Moroccan Veggie

An amazing combination of flavours that complement each other - a Gold Winner

What customers like about it

With butternut squash, sweet potato, yoghurt, onion, lightly seasoned with Moroccan spices.

Bread and vegetables are core staple foods in Moroccan culture and we have combined the two along with a combination of spices typically used in their daily cooking.

My 1st Gold winner at the British Pie Award winners.


Origins & more

Moroccan cuisine is influenced by Morocco's interactions and exchanges with other cultures and nations over the centuries.  Twenty-seven spices are combined for the famous Moroccan spice mixture ras el hanout. Our own take on the Moroccan spice mix is a less intense combination, retaining lots of flavour but  more on the mild side.

The locals would most likely call our 'piroshki' - a "Bocadillo" - meaning filled sandwich !


A little Tip

In Morocco you would most probably be offered green tea with mint. alongside a dish like our Moroccan Veggie piroshki. This tea is the most popular drink amongst the local people. We have tried it with our pie and it is (surprisingly) a great combination !

It goes well with an interesting salad. For example, a cold salad like zaalouk, (an aubergine and tomato mixture), and taktouka (a mixture of tomatoes, smoked green peppers, garlic and spices).