Clear jar with a white label containing preserved lemons in liquid

Preserved Moroccan Lemons


Stanley Tucci says so! Preserved lemons know no limits in the kitchen. Lemon, water, salt—that's it, but that's hardly it.



A preserved lemon knows no limits.

Not an overstatement: preserved lemons can and should be used on just about anything. This pantry staple is a time-tested ingredient for boosting the flavor in an array of Mediterranean and Indian dishes. It’s most commonly used in North African cuisine to add depth to soups and stews, but we can attest they add just as much zhuzh to salad dressing, avocado toast, and – trust us on this one – even ice cream. When preserved, the lemons become less acidic and more umami than when fresh, and oh-so-slightly sweet. They really are quite versatile and exceedingly wonderful.

These particular preserved lemons come from Casablanca Market, a female-founded purveyor of Mediterranean goods. The company was founded by Katia Essyad, who grew up in Morocco and uses Casablanca Market to connect the traditions of Moroccan and Tunisian artisans to the rest of the world. The lemons are used indigenous to Taroudant, Southern Morocco.

Made from Beldi lemons, water, and sea salt. That’s it.

“Beldi” is applied to things that are made with love and care. These lemons were grown in Southern Morocco and are mildly sweet and fragrant.


  • Made by Casablanca Market
  • Product of Morocco
  • Refrigerate after opening

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