Moroccan Pastry (Moroccan)

flour, oil, salt, water

Warqa is a Moroccan pastry, made in a thin sheet format, such as phyllo pastry is. Compared to phyllo, Warqa is slightly thicker and a bit more glutinous, and is more moisture resistant than phyllo. It is made from flour with oil, salt and water added to it.

Created July 2, 2020 by: itisclaudio

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