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Africa

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Africa

  1. 1. AFRICA
  2. 2. Morocco
  3. 3. Traditions and Events • Aid Al Adha. • Eid Al-Fitr and Eid Al-Adha. • (HIJRI).
  4. 4. Traditional food and Drinks • Moroccan Couscous • Briouat and Tea • Lentil soup • Cuisine
  5. 5. Moroccan couscous • History • Tradition • Ingredients
  6. 6. Lentil soup • History • Tradition • Ingredients
  7. 7. CUISINE Kushari, one of Egypt's national dishes. •Vegetarian Diets •Fish and Seafood •Lots of garlic and onions •Bread •Tea is the national drink •Turkish coffee
  8. 8. Briouat • History • Tradition • Ingredients
  9. 9. •Capital: Cairo •Language: Arabic •Currency: Egyptian Pound •Population: 87,500,000 EGYPT
  10. 10. •Pasta and tomato sauce • rice •Lentils •Caramelized onions •Garlic and chickpeas. •Kushari’s origins are not Egyptian at all. •This dish brought in by the British army in Egypt in the 19th century.
  11. 11. • Layers of rice • Fried bread • Covered in a garlic and vinegar meat soup • Chunks of stewed beef and deep-fried poached eggs
  12. 12. • Fatta is prepared for festivities such as a woman’s first birth. • Both Christian and Muslim holiday celebrations. • 50 days before Easter for Coptic Christians, or the month of Ramadan before Eid- Al-Futr
  13. 13. • This dish is made from the leaves of jute and corchorus plants. • Chopping the leaves with garlic and coriander and cooking it in an animal stock (chiken, beef or rabbit).
  14. 14. • Tenth century, the dish was banned by the Fatimid Caliph (emperi), Al Hakim Bi-Amr Allah. • Religious sects such as the Druze still refuse to eat the dish in respect for the late Caliph. Fatimid Caliph (Emperi)
  15. 15. •Drying the fish in the sun then salting it. •It is usually stored in thick glass jars that are firmly closed The Sham-El-Nessim festival

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