The round Moroccan bread served at most meals is called Khobz. Yet, you might also hear it referred to by Berber names of Kesra or Agroum.
Khobz could be made using different main flour ingredients you can find bread based on white flour, barley, oat, wheat, or semolina. The texture change depending on the main base ingredient but all of them are fluffy and taste so good.
Traditionally, those who lived in urban areas would prepare the recipe at home, using the basics: such as flour, yeast, salt, water, and oil, as well as occasionally adding sesame seeds for flavor. Then, we bring the bread to bake at a local bakery while those in rural regions baked in a small, dome-shaped oven at home.
On the Fez Cooking School, Khobz is one of the main recipes that we make in our Baking Classes.