These delightful cookies, which are adapted from « Casablanca: My Moroccan Food” by Nargisse Benkabbou (Firefly, 2018), are like a cracked and cakey rose lukum, a gel-like candy often referred to as Turkish delight. Ghriba is a specific type of cookie that Moroccans bake all year long. Recipes vary depending on the region or the family, but they all have one thing in common: They are cracked on the outside and chewy on the inside. When it comes to ghriba, the flavoring possibilities are endless. The most popular varieties are almond, coconut and walnut.
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