Recipe by rie1975
"Moroccan pancakes are served with honey-butter sauce. Best during Ramadan for breaking the fast or pre-dawn, but certainly great anytime."
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warm water (115 degrees F/46 degrees C)
active dry yeast
orange-flower water, or to taste
Wow! These are tasty, beautiful, and fun. I made these as written, except that I omitted the orange-flower water from the sauce (I didn't have it in the house). The only change I would make next time is to cut the salt just a tad. My 2-year-old loved watching the lacy pattern emerge (though he was not quite so enthusiastic about the taste as I was).
I was so excited to try this. I ate these in a B&B in Morocco 3 years ago and have been "craving" them since. Although the spongy texture was right with all the little bubbles, the taste was not-so-great. If I make it again, I will add more sugar to the batter and see if that helps at all. All the same, thank you for sharing this exotic wisdom!
I could not find Semolina anywhere so I just used two cups of all-purpose flour. They turned out ok. not quite as "airy" as I have had before, but not bad. You have to adjust the temperature on the stove a lot considering that you don't flip these and you can really taste any dark/burnt spots. I have had a lot of Moroccan food and am very excited to be able to learn how to cook it myself. Thanks for the recipe!!!
This recipe was great, I wanted something interesting for Christmas morning and this was it. Came out exactly like the picture and it makes a ton. The syrup was also very different, far from maple but better for it. I had no trouble finding seminola flour, it is pricey but was sitting right there in the baking aisle. Overall definitely a recipe to play with!
Anytime a recipe asks for semolina, you can use farina/cream of wheat, I was told there is no difference.. But since it asks for semolina flour (which is more ground), beware that using cow will make a slight difference since it's coarser. Haven't tried it with these pancakes but I have been looking for unique ways to eat my COW for breakfast, so glad I stumbled on this!
These were amazing! I didn't have the time to make the orange flower water so I made the sauce with raw honey, butter and a touch of vanilla extract then served the pancakes with fresh berries....delicious!!!! Better then regular pancakes anyday!
I'm sorry, this didn't turn out so great. I love the idea of the holey tops but couldn't get passed texture. I only made 2 just to try, then made the rest as crepes to use up the batter because I don't want it to go to waste. I'm sure there's potential in this recipe with minor tweaks.
My husband is Moroccan and when we were first together, I made this recipe without realizing what a big deal it was. Let me tell you, the look on his face was priceless and he said they tasted just like his mothers...a huge compliment. Since then, I've made these numerous times and I've also eaten them in Morocco. This recipe is perfect! Thank you!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Beghrir (Moroccan Pancakes)
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 130
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