The rghaif, also called moroccan msemen, is a traditional Maghreb cuisine dish, which consists of a kind of square-shaped crepe made with flour, water, yeast and sugar.
Its preparation is prepared by mixing flour, water, yeast and sugar in a bowl until a smooth and homogeneous dough is obtained. Then it is left to rest for a few hours so that the dough ferments. Finally, the dough is stretched, divided into square portions and fried in a pan with hot oil until golden on both sides.
It is often served with honey or molasses to give it a sweet touch, although it can also be served with different types of sauces or seasonings to give it a spicier flavor.
Rghaif has a sweet and slightly salty taste, due to the mixture of flour, water, yeast and sugar. It is a basic food in Maghreb cuisine and is highly appreciated for its flavor and crunchy texture.