How to make chebakia (or mkharka), a traditional Moroccan favorite in Ramadan and at special occasions. Honey, sesame, cinnamon, saffron, anise and orange flower water all contribute to the delicious sticky-sweet flavor of these flower-shaped cookies.
Moroccan Semolina Cookies with Anise, Raisins and Sesame – Baked Harcha (Harcha dyal Ferran or Harcha au Four)
Harcha dyal ferran are crunchy semolina cookies that take their name from a Moroccan stove top bread called harcha. They make a perfect after-school snack or tea time treat.
Fekkas or fakkas is a famous twice-baked Moroccan cookie very much like biscotti. In Morocco we find them in different shapes and sizes and with different additions. …
Krichlate, qrishlat, fqiqssat or q’iq’ats (كعيكعات) are crunchy miniature shortbread cookies. They’re sold in Moroccan markets and traditional bakeries throughout the year, but we mostly …
These delicious Moroccan brioche rolls can be bought at bakeries, but the flavor and texture of homemade is so much better. Serve krachel for breakfast, tea time, after-school snacks, or when breaking the fast during Ramadan.