What’s cooking after Ramadan?


In Morocco baghrir is considered to be an important mealtime dish during Ramadan. It reminds me of a pancake but with a little more texture. Another name that it is also known to be called is crepe.

The following recipe will have you enjoying them anytime of the year.


Tea cup of flour
2 tea cups of semolina
4 tea cups of medium water
1 pinch of salt
2 teaspoons of yeast

Mix all ingredients, twenty minutes ago mix again and pour a spoon of it on the frying pan surface and wait for it to dry.
Eat this crepes with melted honey mixed with butter.


3 responses to this post.

  1. It is similar to Lebanese bread. Yes? If yes, a big WAW.. I love lebanese bread so much.. I buy every now and then..


  2. As Salaamu Alaikum Sis:

    Actually it is nothing similar to Lebanese bread if it is the same one I am thinking about.Is it the brownish looking bread that sort of looks like a Mexican tortilla?

    Bagrir is actually like a pancake and its texture is a little thick and has little holes on top at the end of cooking it. You really can’t see it that well in this picture but they are delicious.

    Thanks for making the comparison. I think that each culture has a unique style of cooking and eating. Like my husband says, “cooking is an art.”



  3. Posted by adikbongsu on October 24, 2007 at 11:08 pm

    Salam sister,

    Great, I simply love new recipes 🙂



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