Berber Skillet Bread


flour, flour, vegetable oil, hot water, garlic

The Berbers use an unusual leavening method that gives a warm, earthy aroma to the loaves: a mix of semolina flour, water and garlic cloves that quickly ferments into a pungent starter. The recipe requires three kinds of flour and takes two days, but is richly rewarding in flavor

Created June 30, 2018 by: anika854

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