Bissara is a traditional Moroccan soup prepared from pureed dried green or yellow broad beans (fava beans). It is a popular dish, especially during the winter, as it is warming and nutritious. The preparation of bissara involves soaking the dried beans overnight, then cooking and pureeing them to a creamy consistency. The soup is seasoned with various spices such as cumin, garlic, olive oil and lemon to give it a hearty flavor. Bissara is often served as an appetizer or main course and can be accompanied with pita bread or baguette. It is a popular dish in Moroccan cuisine and is appreciated for its ease of preparation, rich flavor and nutritious properties.