The Moroccan Baghrir

The Moroccan Baghrir

Moroccan cuisine is characterized by providing many delicious and distinctive meals, and it is one of the most delicious kitchens in the Arab world known for serving tagines, and delicious desserts with an authentic Moroccan character

Baghrir eaters are considered one of the sweets with a high calorie content, so they are classified as a winter food because they provide the body with energy, and it contains a good percentage of dietary fibers that stimulate the movement of the stomach and intestines, and it is an ideal meal for children if served breakfast with A cup of milk, it supplies their body with the activity it needs, and the nutrients necessary for them
In this article, I will present the method of preparing the Moroccan Baghrir, and I will also provide options for the fillings that can be used with it, and it is a flexible recipe. The nature of the fillings provided with it should not be adhered to, so salty fillings or sweet fillings can be placed as desired, and I will show them to you in simple and clear steps

How to make a Moroccan baghrir : ingredients

  •  A cup of fine semolina for sweets
  •  Half a cup of white flour
  •  Two small spoons of baking powder
  •  1 teaspoon instant yeast
  •  Quarter teaspoon of salt
  •  A quarter of a teaspoon of sugar
  •  A cup of warm water

:  For the filling

  •   A tablespoon of honey
  •   A tablespoon of butter
  •   Desserts cream box
  •   A quarter cup of crushed nuts
  •   A quarter of a cup of white chocolate
  •   And liquid black
  •   A tablespoon of peanut butter

:  How to prepare

Put the amount of flour, sugar, baking powder, yeast, the amount of semolina, and water in the mixer bowl and put it on medium speed until all the ingredients are well mixed and homogeneous and we get  a liquid dough like the Qatayef dough

We leave the dough to rest and brew for about an hour in a warm place

Pour the Baghrir mixture with a deep ladle in a special Baghrir frying pan to the desired size, and bake on low heat, until cooked through

We leave the Baghrir pieces until they cool completely, and they must be rolled out so as not to stick to each other, then we choose the filling according to the desire to fill it

Stuff the Baghrir with butter and honey, or with cream and crushed nuts, or with peanut butter, or with liquid chocolate as desired

Heat abundant oil and fry the Baghrir kernels with it. With a large perforated spoon, stir the Baghrir kernels and try to immerse them in oil until they become golden in color from all sides

Note: Baghrir is served with honey as a dessert, or it can be sweetened with flavored drops with blossom water after it has cooled completely. It is also served with Arabic coffee

Have a good meal


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