Baghrir (Moroccan cuisine): Baghrirs, a Berber term used in the Maghreb, is a pancake made from semolina, flour, yeast and salt, served hot and soaked in butter and honey. It is also known under Berber names such as khringo, edarnan ', tiγrifin, thoudfist among the Chaouis, or even thousand holes in French.
Baghrir dough does not contain eggs, only flour, fine durum wheat semolina, (smita), baker's yeast and yeast ...
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