Moroccan Honeycomb pancakes are one of my favorite recipes. It’s such a unique pancakes recipe, it will definitely blow your tastebuds.
These Moroccan honeycomb pancakes are characterized by having billion of tiny holes on their surface.
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The tiny holes are the result of a mix of baking powder and active dry yeast which gives them their characteristic look.
They are only cooked on one side which makes them extra fluffy and light.
They are also naturally vegan!
Honeycomb pancakes also called “Bghrir” are usually served for breakfast. They are typically served with honey and melted butter.
I prefer mine with maple syrup and crushed nuts!! You can go as crazy as you want with the topping (fruits, nut butter, jam, chocolate, whipped cream, anything really …)
These Moroccan honeycomb pancakes are light, fluffy, chewy and super soft.
They are comforting, easy to make and only requires a few ingredients. It’s the perfect pancake brunch recipe!
This recipe for Moroccan honeycomb pancakes is so easy, you won’t believe it! It’s a matter of adding all the ingredients at once in your blender. Mixing until smooth, leaving the batter to rest for 1h then cooking them on one side only. How easy is that, right!?!
Moroccan honeycomb pancakes - Bghrir. These delicious pancakes are fluffy, chewy and soft! They only require a few ingredients and definitely worth trying!
- 4 Cups Warm Water
- 2 Cups Semolina
- 1 Cup Flour
- 1/2 Tbsp Active dry yeast
- 1 Tbsp Baking powder
- 1 Tsp Vanilla extract
- 1 Tbsp Maple syrup (optional)
- 1 Tsp Salt
Add all ingredients in a blender starting with the water and blend for about 2 min or until everything is well combined.
Leave the batter to rest for 1 hour.
Heat a non-stick frying pan on medium heat, and add a scoop of your batter. Make a uniform layer of pancake.
Cook on medium heat for about 3 to 4 minutes on one side only. They are done when holes on the surfaces of the pancakes are fully formed and the surface is dry.
Cover them with a clean kitchen towel to keep warm and soft. Repeat until done.