Ikram Ben posted in Baking

    5w ago


    Harcha Which means in Darija the moroccan dialect “the Rough one”, and the name is for it’s sandy texture referring to the grainy semolina we made the gallettes with. In the traditions this bread was made as a big round shape served on a big plate with a lot of honey and butter melting on top of it, of course with her loyal companion the moroccan mint tea. Now a days you will find it in a small individual shape, easy to serve and customisable. Harcha is super easy to make and you can prepare with one dough multiple variations like cheese, olives or your favorite grains mix.

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