4 weeks ago
While Baghrir can be bought for one of two dirhams at most local shops, served warm, straight from the pan nothing can beat them.
Considered one of the most traditional Moroccan recipes, Baghrir is an Amazigh (berber) delicacy. The almost bite-size, fluffy pancakes are characterized by the small holes that appear on the surface while cooking. Like the British crumpet, the holes allow the spongy pancakes to soak up butter, honey, Amlou, or even soft cheese with olive oil. It is Served for afternoon tea, supper, and breakfast Baghrir are comforting and warm; however, when making them precision is key. The batter should be neither too thick, not too thin.
Here’s my recipe for a perfect Sunday morning.
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