Baghrir, Moroccan Crepe to Break Ramadan Fasts RECIPE

baghrir recipe pancake bagimage-ramadan-pancakes-baghrir Homey, comforting and light, these crepes of 1000 holes make a delicious start to a Ramadan Iiftar (break-fast) meal.

As Arwa pointed out, what a body wants after a day’s fast is light, nutritious food (see Arwa’s list of links to our favorite Iftar recipes).  Carbs and something sweet suit the bill, giving that initial, reviving energy until the night’s bigger, festival meal gets underway. To me, that sounds like baghrir.

Baghrir crepes are pierced with lots of little holes, which allows honey and butter to permeate throughout, not only flavor the top. The ingredients are standard pantry items, and the recipe is easy. Tasty, inexpensive and easy – just right for right now. To really refresh, I suggest serving Baghrir with cold almond milk.

This recipes comes from the lovely Dinners and Dreams blog.

Baghrir

Ingredients:

2 cups fine semolina

1 cup all-purpose flour

1 (1/4-ounce) package active dry yeast

¼ teaspoon baking powder

½ teaspoon salt

½ teaspoon sugar

1 egg

1 cup warm milk

2 cups warm water

Place all ingredients in a blender. Blend until you have a smooth batter.

Allow the mixture to rest 1/2 hour. There should be bubbles on the surface when it’s ready to cook.

Heat a medium skillet over medium heat until very hot. Pour a ladle-full of batter onto the skillet, covering the surface.

Cook 1 -2 minutes, until the crepe is dry and has lots of holes. Do not flip the crepes over; they cook on one side only.

Serve with butter and honey or jam, or enjoy just plain.

More seasonal and tasty Moroccan recipes from Green Prophet:

:: Dinners and Dreams

Photo of Baghrir pancakes via Shutterstock.

Miriam also blogs at Israeli Kitchen.

 

3 thoughts on “Baghrir, Moroccan Crepe to Break Ramadan Fasts RECIPE

  1. Miriam Kresh Post author

    Randy, I noticed the mistake and fixed it. Go ahead and add the water along with everything else, and blend. I made these crepes last night and they were a hit with the family.

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  2. Randy

    Quick question: you mention putting all ingredients except water in the blender. Do you add tha water as needed? Add All the water once the blender is running? Add the water at another time? At any rate, that was the only thing that confused me. Thanks.

    R

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