9 Feb 2010

تغريفت أو بتبوت /Moroccan Toghrift or Batbout/Moroccan Pitta / Toghrift ou Batbout Marocain/Pitta Marocaine!


This wonderful bread has so many names in Morocco!  In Souss, Moroccan South Imazighen (Swassa) call it Toghrift, Moroccan Arabs call it Mkhamar or Batboot or Matlou3, and some call it Moroccan Pitta. Whatever you decide to call it, it is such a delicious bread!  I'm sending this recipe over to Susan's Yeastspotting, at Wild Yeast.

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Mamatkamal


9 comments:

shaz said...

Hi there, thanks for visiting my blog :) This bread sounds fantastic, I'd love to try it, need to make more yeasty things. It does sound quite simple, and delicious!

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Joanne said...

I aboslutely love teh looks of this bread. Definitely need to try it out!

Fimère said...

j'adore les batbouts, les tiens sont très réussis surtout avec de l'huile d'olive une tuerie
bonne soirée

Saveurs et Gourmandises said...

Il est 20h30, j'aurai bien voulu une assiette de ton tajine avec un batbot chaud. Le bonheur.
A bientôt.

Katy ~ said...

Boomkarked! Will definitely try to make this. I love the idea of using this for sandwiches. Thank you, my beautiful friend, for sharing your recipe.

MC said...

Un autre pain à ajouter à ma liste! Je l'essaierais bien avec de la farine complète fraîchement moulue (un mélange de blé et d'épeautre, par exemple?)

All Our Fingers in the Pie said...

This looks so good. I never thought of making a bread to serve with a tagine.

oumnassim said...

hi there,
It has been a long time I was looking for this recipe and there is no doubt Im gonna try it especially with ramadan coming up soon. waw it s amaaaazing I love it .Thank you dear for your efforts and for sharing it with everybody else that s very generous!

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