Basic Moroccan White Bread (Khobz) By The Spruce Eats

Basic Moroccan White Bread (Khobz) By The Spruce Eats

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Basic Moroccan White Bread (Khobz) By The Spruce Eats
Yields8 Servings
Prep Time20 minsCook Time1 hr 35 minsTotal Time1 hr 55 mins

This recipe is for basic Moroccan white bread, often referred to as force, the same French word used by many Moroccans for strong white flour. It also is called khobz (or kessra or aghroum) and is characterized by a round, flat shape and a slightly coarse texture.  

Khobz is used primarily to scoop up tagines and other foods but it also is excellent as sandwich bread. Smaller loaves can be cut in half and then stuffed; larger loaves can be cut into wedges which can then be gently pried open and stuffed.

 4 cups flourhigh-gluten or bread flour preferred
 2 tsp salt
 2 tsp sugar
 1 1/4 cups warm water

Ingredients

 4 cups flourhigh-gluten or bread flour preferred
 2 tsp salt
 2 tsp sugar
 1 1/4 cups warm water
Basic Moroccan White Bread (Khobz) By The Spruce Eats

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