In the Magrebi cuisine, Méchoui (Arabic: مشوي, romanized: Mashwe) is a whole sheep or a lamb spit-roasted on a barbecue. The word comes from the Arabic word šawa, which means "grilled, roasted". This dish is very popular in North Africa.
In Algeria and Morocco , the term méchoui "refers to the method of cooking a lamb or a sheep cooked whole on the spit".
In Tunisia, however, it applies to any piece of meat or fish grilled with embers.
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