These small loaves of semolina bread are dense, filling, and an excellent accompaniment to a rich stew. They remind me of cornbread in both taste and texture. Harcha is slightly sweet, buttery, and crumbly. I ate mine with a Moroccan chicken stew and found they were perfect for sopping up the extra broth.
Guinness gave this soda bread such a delicious flavor. It was much more subtle than drinking it, and my husband and I loved it. The bread is dense and hearty—perfect for dipping into the broth from the corned beef and cabbage I made with it without falling apart and so good with butter for breakfast the next day.
Garlic bread toasted on the grill and topped with Parmesan cheese and fresh parsley was a big hit! It was perfectly crunchy on the outside and soft in the middle with just the right amount of garlic taste. The blend of herbs and butter was perfect, and the cheese topping was a nice touch.
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