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!
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