Moroccan Harcha is a traditional Semolina bread that is buttery and delicious.
For Day 2 of this week’s Blogging Marathon, I have a traditional Moroccan semolina flatbread called Harcha. These little round breads are easy to make and can be filled with just about anything. They can be filled with Cheese, jam, Nutella or honey.Recipe for the Harcha is from Cook with Alia. As I said before these semolina bread are very easy to make and take less than 30 minutes to put together. I was initially skeptical on how these would turn out but they were great. They are crispy on the outside, buttery and soft in the center.Harcha are quite tender when hot, so let them cool lightly before slicing them to fill. They are best eaten the day they are made, slightly warm and spread with your favorite fillings. I made these for lunch one day and I had mine with peanut butter and jelly. Then saved some for my kids for after-school snack. They enjoyed theirs with Nutella, of course.I can see myself making these harcha many times in the future. They are versatile and can be served for breakfast or as a snack. I am glad that the kids loved these too.