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1/2 Photos of Hajar's Harcha
This is a well loved and easily prepared bread from Morocco. This bread originally belongs to the peasants of the Rif where I live; the Atlas Mountains, coastal, where the people are known as Rifi/Rifia . Always served with butter, you can also use honey, cinnamon, sugar or a combo of these but always butter. This is best made at home and unless one knows their street vendors it can be very disappointing as street food. This bread can be served hot, warm or room temperature but always best on day of making. You can make these anywhere from 2" galettes or skillet size. I often make it skillet size and cut into wedges. c.2005
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (54 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6