Welcome to the Kingdom of Morocco, country of Imazighens! The history of Moroccan cuisine, which is of Imazighens (Swassa, Ryafa and Zayanes), Jews, Andaloussi and Sahrawi origins, stretches back for several centuries and was able to adapt itself to changes and different modern ingredients from period to period. Moroccan cuisine is rated among one of the most cleverly balanced cuisines, with strong focus on rich flavours, aromas, texture, presentation, and perfect choice of spices and fresh ingredients, thus leading Moroccans to pride themselves on eating tasty, delicious and traditional food on a daily basis. Several Moroccan dishes have become increasingly popular now in other parts of the world (North of America, Australia and Western Europe) and it is no surprise that some neighbouring African countries have adopted the Moroccan Style Flavour. Welcome to my Blog!

8 Apr 2011

مْسْمّْنْ/Moroccan Mssamen or Msamen/Mssamen ou M'ssaman Marocain!

مْسْمّْنْ
Photos by Mamatkamal
These are Moroccan Mssamen, sort of crepes, absolutely delicious!

Click the link below to view the recipe and more details ! 
 Cliquez sur le lien pour lire la recette et encore plus de détails!
 Mssamen/Msamen

I’m submitting this post to Susan's Yeastspotting, a blog devoted to yeast bread food. Please check it out!

For more Bread Recipes, click on the link below / Pour plus de recettes de pain, cliquez sur le lien ci-dessous:

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Moroccan Ghoriba-Ghriba
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