I remember the first year MarocBaba and I were together during Ramadan. I truthfully had no idea what to expect or what he planned to eat for iftar. I had been to some gatherings at our mosque and had seen a wide variety of foods from around the world.
What I’ve learned over the years is that almost every Ramadan table is a variation of the same things. There are some differences of course depending on family and part of the country but overall you will certainly see a pattern.
If you want to have a traditional experience, these Moroccan iftar recipes will help you get started.
In Morocco, the iftar table remains largely the same night after night but I encourage you to make your own traditions too. Add or remove items. I try each year to introduce my in-laws to other food options from around the world. Sometimes this works, and sometimes it doesn’t!