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So now with the kids back to school i have to try to make extra things so as to fill their tums and one of those things is Msmem

now i have made these a few time but always had a little problem with them ... so i started to research them and found a youtube video on them and masha`allah was a difference it is

measurement are totally up to each person

for what i made today ... i used 1 bowl of semolina fine and 1 bowl of flour and salt and mixed with water

but i followed some of the ways of this video


  1. Salam alaikum,

    Got to try this recipe Next time I make m'hajeb inshaAllah thanks for the sharing the video link.

    1. wa alikum asalam asmaa

      insha`allah sis and let me know how it goes

    2. What is m'hajeb Asma?

  2. Salam aalyki sister, yes the kids are back to terrorising the teachers! lol Nah al hamdulllah I love having them home as the school run has me out! But space is always welcome. So this recipe is basically pancakes or crepes the only difference is the use of semolina flour?

    1. lol sis sanaa

      yes thats what it basically is a layered crepe

      as for your question about the m`hajab it`s the same dough as msmem but we make a onion tomato sauce and place a little in side and cook it the same way as the msmem


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