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How to fold and shape Moroccan Meloui or Malwi or Malwy! Round Moroccan Layered Crepes! / Comment façonner le Meloui Marocain ou Malwi ou Maloui, ce sont des crêpes rondes bien feuilletées!
The Meloui or Malwi or Malwy means in Moroccan Darija "Rolled dough" = "La pate roulee" in French. The Meloui is a round traditional and another typical Moroccan West Crepe like Massaman (Msemen) and Rziza. It is made in the same basic way as the above-mentioned crepes except that Meloui has much more layers due to its snail shape. The main ingredients of a traditional Moroccan Meloui base are made from hard unbleached flour all puprose = Farine de ble dur non blanchi (But I personally prefer to mix it with some strong white flour), fine semolina, warm water, pinch of yeast (some prefer not to use it at all, but I highly recommend that you not omit yeast from this recipe, so you can use just a pinch of it. For 650 gr flour, use less than 1 gr yeast to reduce the risk of over-yeasting the dough), little bit of pure olive oil, some Oudi (if you like the taste otherwise, use only butter), some butter (do not use margarine) and salt to taste. Like Massaman (Msemen), Meloui slightly rises up during baking due to the combination of all the ingredients, use of fine semolina and butter between layers, and also from the air that gets trapped between the layers. When cooked, Melloui becomes so light, tender and soft. Really delicious! In Morocco, Meloui is traditionally served during Ramadan or occasionally for breakfast or for afternoon snacks. It is served with a sauce of butter-honey, or Amlou, or plain, or with jam, or peanut butter, chocolate spread etc.. Meloui can also be stuffed with anything, but most popular filling is L'5li3 (L'khli3 or Khlii) = It is a sort of "Dried meat", onion and garlic, dried or fresh herbs etc.. and it could be eaten at anytime of the day.RaMaDaN KaReeM...
What I miss the most this Ramadan is the good old fashioned Ramadan. Where we played in the 7oosh of granma's house as she prepared her heavenly Ramadan recipes for the house and neighbours. The smell of cooking in the house mixed with bukhoor, When the neighbours brought the food themselves and not with the driver in a Benz! I miss the harrisa when it came old metal pot with a lid & plenty of Cinnamon/sugar topping. I miss grandpa's stories about sea adventures to india, pearl diving and him complaining about Granma as we watch him Dunk his Tictak salty biscuits in his lipton tea istikana! I miss ' 7assooon il malsoon ' & ' 3algam ' I miss old Kuwait when we saw our cousins everyday, played without nannies running after us and wipping our noses, I miss gergai3an without nannies when Kids knew the simple lines of 'wees wees, kil baytkom ja3amees'. I miss the ritual of buying Eid clothes that include brand new white Socks! I miss Eid when none of the family travelled, we got lots of cash and went to Toys r us and il 7adeeqa il sha3bya, where we ate fresh grilled Chabda (Liver)and played Gilayliba. I don't know about you but I miss a lot this Ramadan.
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