1before you start put the yeast, baking powder and the sugar in a bowl with 1/3 of warm water NOTHOT.
in a blender add the flour the semolina , the salt and the yeast mixture add about 1 cup of water.
blend everything and let rest til it doubles the volume .
meantime, heat a non stick pan on a low heat.
stat cooking the “baghrir” on a medium heat on one side only , you will start seeing holes .once cooked, melt the butter add the honey and drizzle on top of the baghrir .
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