Baghrir crepes/Moroccan pancake


 Baghrir is one of the most well known of Moroccan crepes. Baghrir is also known as the thousand hole pancake. it is very easy to make and very light and spongy. When you drizzle it with honey it soaks up all the honey and become so delicious


250 gram of fine semolina

4 tablespoon plain flour

1 heaped teaspoon dry yeast

2 table spoon sugar

1/2 teaspoon salt

500 ml. warm water

2 teaspoon baking powder

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In a blender add semolina, flour, sugar,yeast and salt

Add warm water and blend until the batter is smooth

Add baking powder and blend again for a few seconds

Leave the batter for 30 minutes, Batter be runny, easily pourable

Grease a non stick pan and place it over medium heat

Wait for the pan to be very hot to start making pancakes, otherwise you wont get many holes in your pancake.

Pour the batter to cook as pancakes. The batter should start bubbling and drying out.


Once it is no longer wet it means it is cooked. Never flip them while cooking

The traditional topping for Baghrir in Morocco is melted honey and butter syrup.

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