Today we are with dada Rashida for a new recipe She is making briwat which is a Moroccan spring rolls Today she’s going to fill them up with cheese but you can choose any filling you want chicken, meat, shrimp, whatever you like Let’s start! First let’s get the filling ingredients ready goat cheese, parsley, onion, garlic, pepper, and salt. In a large bowl, combine them all the goat cheese, finely chopped onion, chopped parsley, crushed garlic, salt, and pepper Mix well with a fork until smooth. Time for the warka! If you have a large round warka, fold into 2 and cut in half, to get half-circles. Then cut each half-circle, into 3 triangles. the cut will depend on the size of your warka. Cut the edges of the triangles to make them smoother and also cut the tips. Prepare your warka glue which is an egg yolk! Let’s start shaping the cigars! Take a triangular sheet and place about a tablespoon of the filling onto the edge closest to you. Fold in the left and right sides of the warka towards the center. Roll up the edge tightly, as if you were rolling a carpet. Brush the tip with a little bit of egg yolk to secure the cigar. Et voila! perfectly shaped goat cheese cigars! If you want to make briouat, the triangular shapes first cut the warka into long strips about 2-inch wide. Take a strip and place about a tablespoon of the filling onto the edge closest to you. Fold the bottom left corner of the warka over the filling aligning it with the right edge of the strip to create a triangle. Now flip the bottom right corner upwards and align with the left edge of the strip Continue folding this way, left and right, while maintaining the triangular shape until you reach the end of the warka strip. Brush the tip with a little bit of egg yolk to secure the triangle. Heat vegetable oil in a pan and fry the pastries until they become golden brown. then pat with paper towel to remove excess oil. Serve immediately when still hot and crispy. hmmm… bessaha wa raha.