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The streets of Marrakech come alive at dusk with the savory aroma of Ghoulal. Snails' soup, a popular street food, is a heart-warming delicacy that takes me back to my childhood days by my elementary school where "Hmed" served it with a smile.
Making Ghoulal at home is an experience as rich as its flavors. This recipe is a tribute to the memories, the streets, and the artisans who craft the beautiful bowls that enhance this dining experience.
Serve this warm and comforting soup in our Small Colorful Glazed Bowls. Handmade by artisans in the fakharnin, the pottery district on Ourika Road in Marrakech, these bowls come in colors inspired by the vibrant Moroccan landscape. Pair them with other beautiful arabesque design products from our store to create a truly authentic Moroccan dining experience.
Ghoulal is more than just a soup; it's a sensory experience that embodies Moroccan culture. I invite you to savor it in our specially chosen ceramic bowls that reflect the love, craftsmanship, and taste of Marrakech. Explore our other related articles on culinary adventures and crafting beauty to immerse yourself in the flavors and artistry of Morocco.