We love Harcha so much that when Huma (check her incredibly amazing work here) kindly proposed that I write about Ramadan in Morocco from a culinary perspective, I wanted to give harcha the exposure it deserves.
The other reason why I meant to include stuffed harcha recipe in Huma's Ramadan event is because of it's humble ingredients and its simplicity: everyone can make it.
|Take a tour at Huma's world here|
I have introduced what harcha is all about here, here, there and also there.
|I love the layers of textures in this harcha|
Make sure you make these. They're good anytime of the day. I love them for breakfast.
|Stuffed harchas with olives, cheese and khlii (Moroccan cured and preserved meat)|