Moroccan Harcha Semolina Pan-Fried Flatbread By The Spruce Eats

Moroccan Harcha Semolina Pan-Fried Flatbread By The Spruce Eats

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Moroccan Harcha Semolina Pan-Fried Flatbread By The Spruce Eats
Yields8 Servings
Prep Time20 minsCook Time20 minsTotal Time40 mins

Harcha (or harsha) is a Moroccan pan-fried bread made from semolina. Although it looks a bit like an English muffin, it's more like cornbread in texture and taste. Recipes vary from family to family. This one is quite rich in that it uses all butter and milk—it is delicious, especially when hot from the griddle! 

Offer it for tea time or breakfast; they're best served warm with jam, cheese, or syrup made from melted butter and honey. For a step-by-step tutorial, see how to make it.

 2 cups fine semolina (not durum flour) (350 grams)
 3 tbsp sugar
 ¼ tsp salt
 1/2 cup (125 grams) soft or melted unsalted butter
 1/2 to 3/4 cup (120 to 180 milliliters) milk
 1/4 cup coarse semolina, optional

Ingredients

 2 cups fine semolina (not durum flour) (350 grams)
 3 tbsp sugar
 ¼ tsp salt
 1/2 cup (125 grams) soft or melted unsalted butter
 1/2 to 3/4 cup (120 to 180 milliliters) milk
 1/4 cup coarse semolina, optional
Moroccan Harcha Semolina Pan-Fried Flatbread By The Spruce Eats

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