Harsha (Moroccan)

semolina, sugar, baking powder, butter, milk

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 for harcha 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!

Created July 8, 2020 by: anika854

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