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Harcha is a popular Moroccan dish often served for breakfast or as a snack. The dough for harcha consists of wheat semolina, salt, butter and water. After the dough is well kneaded, small balls are formed and pressed into flat discs. These are then fried in a pan until golden brown and crispy. Harcha has a crispy exterior and a soft, slightly crumbly texture on the inside. It is often spread with butter, honey, jam or cheese. Harcha is a delicious option to start the day in Morocco and is enjoyed by locals and visitors alike.




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