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M'semen

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M'semen
flatbread (en) Fassara

M'semen, msemen (Larabci: مسمن msamman, musamman) ko rghaif, biredi ne na gargajiya wanda ya samo asali daga Maghreb, wanda akafi samu a Aljeriya,[1] Maroko,[2] da Tunisiya.[3] Yawancin lokaci ana ba da ita da zuma ko kofi na shayi na mint na safe ko kofi. Ana iya cika maniyyi da nama (khlea) ko albasa da tumatir.

Iri da abinci iri iri[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Akwai nau'ikan nau'ikan da ake yin su ta hanyar ja da kullu a cikin igiyoyi da yin faifai da ake kira malwi a Arewa maso yammacin Afirka. Hakanan yana kama da sabaayah na Somaliya.

Girke-girke[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Msemmen a kan griddle.

Girke-girke yana amfani da gari, durum alkama semolina, busassun yisti, man shanu mai narkewa, gishiri, sukari da ruwa kadan. Ana gauraye waɗannan da kyau tare cikin cakuda kullu mai santsi. Ana yanka kullu a cikin ƙwallo da yawa, sannan a narkar da su a kan wani wuri mai mai sannan a ninka a cikin pancakes mai murabba'i. Manufar ita ce a yada kullu a cikin fili mafi bakin ciki ko da'irar da zai yiwu sannan a ninka tarnaƙi zuwa cikin murabba'i, ƙirƙirar sa hannu na kullu. Da zarar maniyyin ya naɗe, sai a baje wani wanda ake amfani da shi don ambulan maniyyin da ya riga ya naɗe, don ƙirƙirar kullu kusan 8 na ciki. Makullin shine yayin da mutum ke naɗewa, dole ne a yayyafa semolina a kan yadudduka don hana yadudduka daga mannewa gaba ɗaya kuma don ba da damar zafi don raba yadudduka idan an dafa shi a kan gada.[4][5]

Manazarta[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

  1. rédaction, La (2014-06-26). "En Algérie, chaque région a sa cuisine : quelle est votre préférée ?". Algerie Focus (in Faransanci). Archived from the original on 2020-10-20. Retrieved 2020-05-06.
  2. "Msemen (Moroccan Flatbreads) Recipe". NYT Cooking (in Turanci). Retrieved 2022-02-14.
  3. "World breakfasts. Morocco: msemen, baghrir, mint Libya tea". www.gamberorosso.it. Archived from the original on 2020-08-05. Retrieved 2020-05-06.
  4. Samuel Clark, Samantha Clark (2003). The Moro Cookbook. Ebury Press, 2003. ISBN 009188084X.
  5. Alain Jaouhari (2005). Marruecos: La cocina de mi madre. Intermón Oxfam Editorial, 2005. ISBN 8484523535.