HARCHA is quite a rich Moroccan pan-fried semolina flatbread and uses mostly butter and milk. This is very easy to make and can be made in less than an hour time. Serve this yummy bread with jam or honey! You can also top this bread with any savory spread of your choice.
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Yield / Serves
2 cups fine semolina
1 Â½ tbsp caster sugar
1/4 tsp salt
1 Â¼ tsp aluminum free baking powder
Â¼ tsp instant yeast
5 tbsp melted butter
2 tbsp olive oil
Â½ + 1/8 cup warm milk
Take a large mixing bowl and add semolina and baking powder. Mix them well.
Add sugar, salt and yeast on different sides.
Mix the dry ingredients and add melted butter, olive oil.
Mix the ingredients until it resembles a bread crumb texture.
Add warm milk and bring the ingredients together like a dough.
Rest the dough for 15 to 30 minutes.
Shape the dough into small balls and flatten each ball into discs about ¼ inch thickness each. (Use a big cookie cutter or tiffin box lid to get a proper circle)
Heat a pan in medium heat and place the flattened discs.
Cook for about 5 to 10 minutes until they are cooked on both sides.
Serve warm with jam or honey or savory spread
- Milk can also be replaced with water
- Harcha dough is a no-knead dough and hence should not be handled like any other bread dough.
- 1 cup measurement = 200 ml
- Add additional 1 or 2 tablespoons of milk or water at a time if the dough turns very dry. This depends on the quality of the semolina.
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