Harcha – A Moroccan Semolina Biscuit by Partaste

Moroccan Semolina Biscuit Recipe by Partaste

Harcha is simple Moroccan semolina biscuits enjoyed for breakfast, as a snack on their own or, even better, alongside a freshly brewed cup of mint tea. Ingredients vary sightly from recipe to recipe as do the size of the harcha, ranging from small individual biscuits to a large cake shared among many.

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Moroccan Semolina Biscuit Recipe by Partaste
Yields8 Servings
Prep Time15 minsCook Time20 minsTotal Time35 mins

Traditionally, the recipe for harcha called for olive or vegetable oil, and while some people still make them that way, most have replaced the oil with butter, making harcha a particularly decadent treat.Β 

Β 2 cups fine semolina
Β 2 tbsp sugar
Β 1 tsp baking powder
Β Β½ tsp salt
Β Β½ cup melted butter
Β Β½ cup milk
Β a bit of extra semolina for sprinkling on your work surface

Harcha can be served in a variety of ways, with both sweet and savory fillings, but our personal favorites are filled with fresh cheese or drizzled with a syrup made from a mixture of melted butter and honey.

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Ingredients

Β 2 cups fine semolina
Β 2 tbsp sugar
Β 1 tsp baking powder
Β Β½ tsp salt
Β Β½ cup melted butter
Β Β½ cup milk
Β a bit of extra semolina for sprinkling on your work surface
Harcha – A Moroccan Semolina Biscuit by Partaste

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