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"Sellou," also known as "sfouf" is a classic Moroccan sweet often served during Ramadan, baptisms and other significant ceremonies like weddings and Eid.

Every region of Morocco has its own variety of this delicious treat, but all share the same basic components: Browned flour, toasted sesame seeds, fried almonds, honey, and a mixture of warm spices including cinnamon, nutmeg, and ground anise seeds.

The combination of flavors and textures come together to create an exquisite sweet treat that is the perfect accompaniment to a cup of tea or black coffee for any day.

Sellou is often served in a large plate in the form of mound and decorated with fried almonds, but you can also serve it in individual portions with your drink of choice.

Making Sellou may seem intimidating at first, but it is quite straightforward once you follow the instructions of the dada and watch her step-by-step tutorial.

Special tools / ingredients: All ingredients are easily available in supermarkets or online stores.

You can also find all the essentials of Moroccan cuisine in the Flavors of Morocco Amazon store.

You do not need special tools or dishes to prepare this recipe.



- Moroccan Sellou detailed video tutorial
- A PDF document with exact measurements and detailed steps of the recipe


- Moroccan Ramadan Flavors Cookbook PDF with 10 classic ramadan recipes

- The course video is provided with English voice over and subtitles as well as Original Audio in Moroccan dialect with English subtitles
- PDF documents are in English


Dada (Chef) Najat is a master Moroccan chef with more than 10 years of experience under her belt.

She first learned to cook from her mother, who was a personal chef for over 40 years, and who taught her the art of Moroccan cuisine.

Chef Najat then went on to graduate from one of the top Moroccan culinary schools before she worked as a chef and a recipe developer. Today, she runs a catering business in the capital city of Rabat.