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بغرير / Morrocan Beghrir (Baghrir) Recipe or Moroccan Pancakes / Crêpes Marocaines aux Mille Trous!

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No, no, these are not crumpets! These are crepes of a thousand holes called "Baghrir", pronounced as BA R (French R )  = R EE R (English R) =  بغرير  .  The letters " gh " in the word " Ba  gh  rir ", together are pronounced like the French " R ", similar to a gargling sound in the back of the throat, like in the French word " R ivière " .  On the other hand, the letter " r " in the word "B agh  r  i  r  " is pronounced like the rolling English " R ", as in the word " R ain".

مْسْمّْنْ مْعْمّْرْ/Moroccan Mssaman or Msamen Stuffed with Minced Meat and Za3louk / Mssamen ou Msamen Marocain Farci à la Viande Hachée et Za3louk!

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مْسْمّْنْ مْعْمّْرْ This is Moroccan Msemen, Stuffed with Minced Meat and,  Zaalouk or Eggplant Cooked Salad C'est du Msamen Marocain, Farci à la Viande Hachée et  Zaalouk aux aubergines Click the link below to view the recipe and more details ! / Cliquez sur le lien pour la recette and more details! Moroccan Mssaman /Mssamen Marocain This stuffed Msemen was cooked on a frying pan over medium heat.  / Ce Msemen farci a été cuit dans une poêle sur un feu moyen. Enjoy ! Bssa7a w ra7a!

بْغْريرْ قْلْبْ/Recette de Beghrir ou Baghrir (B'ghrir) Marocain sous forme de Coeur/Pancakes Marocains/Crêpes Marocaines aux mille trous sous forme de coeur!

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This is same recipe as baghrir batter, and I simply used a mold to shape them this way.

مْسْمّْنْ مْعْمّْرْ /Moroccan Massaman or Msemen Stuffed with Cheese / Massamen ou Msemen Marocain Farci au Fromage!

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مْسْمّْنْ مْعْمّْرْ This is Moroccan Msemen, Stuffed with Cheese!  C'est du Mssamen Marocain, Farci  au fromage! Click the link below to view the recipe and more details ! / Cliquez sur le lien pour la recette and more details! Moroccan Mssaman /Mssamen Marocain This stuffed Msemen was cooked on a frying pan over medium heat.  / Ce Msemen farci a été cuit dans une poêle sur un feu moyen. Pour la farce: -Un carré de Mozzarelle d'environ 150 gr coupé en morceaux (il faut prévoir un carré de fromage fondant 2 morceaux de Mozzarella par 1 Mssamman) -Quelques carrés de fromage fondant sandwich -2 c à soupe des herbes séchées -Environ 5 c à soupe d'huile d'olive Pour la dorure: -1 jaune d'oeuf légèrement mélangé avec 1 c à thé de beurre fondu. Cuire Massaman ou Msemen: -Badigeonner légèrement avec mélange de jaune d'oeuf. Faire cuire dans un four préchauffé à 200 °C pendant 20 minutes. -Laisser cuire jusqu'à que Mssamen s

السّْفَّة الرّوزْ/ Rice Seffa (Steamed Rice Dessert)/ Seffa ou Saffa au Riz!

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السّْفَّة الرّوزْ Click the link below to view the recipe and more details ! / Cliquez sur le lien pour la recette and more details! How to make Seffa with Steamed Rice   This Seffa was served with apple slices and  Amlou  Sauce Cette Seffa a été servi avec des morceaux de pommes et Sauce à base d' Amlou  ! For the sauce recipe, click on the link below:  / Pour la sauce, cliquez sur le lien ci-dessous  :  Creamy Amlou Sauce to serve with Seffa / Sauce crèmeuse à base d'Amlou et compote de pommes pour accompagner Seffa Sucrée au riz! To garnish Seffa / Pour décorer Seffa: - Garnish Seffa Dessert, using  fried almonds, some ground cinnamon and some icing sugar . / Decorer Seffa avec quelques amandes frite, un peu de cannelle en poudre et un peu de sucre glace ou sucre en poudre. - Serve Seffa with some sliced apples soaked into the fresh lemon or lime juice and mixed with some icing sugar so they won't brown. / Servir Seffa avec quelqu

قراشل بالبطاطة / Potato Krachel (9rachel) / Spicy Moroccan Potato Buns / Brioches Marocaines aux pommes de terre (patates) et épices!

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قراشل بالبطاطة - البطاطس Krachel or 9rachel ( قراشل ) are Moroccan sweet buns flavoured with green aniseeds, sesame seeds and orange flower water. Another Ramadan treat that can be eaten anytime of the year!  You can freeze these delights though I will be surprised if there will be any left to freeze. As all Moroccan recipes, Krachel is no exception, they widely vary from one region to another and even from one family to another. Some prefer to use olive oil instead of butter (very nice version of Krachel indeed), some use water instead of milk, some put more or less spices in the dough to suit their personal taste. I’m submitting this post to Susan's Yeastspotting , a WONDERFUL BREAD BLOG devoted to yeast bread food. Please check it out!  Mamatkamal

رزة القاظي-رْزِيزَة /Traditional Handmade Moroccan Rzeeza or Rzate Lquadi (Lkadi or L9adi) / Moroccan Judge's Turban / Turbans du juge-Crêpe Marocaine ou Rziza ou Rzisa!

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This is another traditional typical crepe, very popular in the West region of the Kingdom of Morocco, called  Razat El Quadi or El Kadi  ( رزة القاظي -  also spelled Rzeeza or Rzyza or Rziza = رْزِيزَة ), which is a unique Moroccan crepe, that literally means 'Judge's Turban'. S trangely enough, these delicious Moroccan crepes are named after a turban, which is  a traditional and rural head dress that  Moroccan  men wear in some regions, especially in the Sahara (Desert) to protect them from wind, dust, dry hot weather in summer and cold, sandstorms in winter.   A turban is practical because it's easy to wear, it is just twisted (it should not be flat), then shaped into a snail or snake form and put on the head. Along with the turban, men often wear a Jelaba (Djellaba), which is a loose-fitting hooded robe with long, full sleeves, and hand-made leather shoes called Babouche =   بَبُوشْ or  Balgha (Balra)  =  بْلْغَة ( The letters " gh " stand for th