Pinchitos or Pinchos Morunos is a Moroccan influenced dish typical of the Spanish autonomous community of Andalusia. It consists of small cubes of meat threaded onto a skewer (pincho) which are traditionally cooked over charcoal braziers. Similar dishes in Morocco or other Muslim majority countries tend to be lamb based, but pork and chicken are the most popular meats for the dish in Spain.
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