My grandmother is from Oujda, which is a city located in the Easter side of Morocco, not far from the Algerian borders. When I used to visit her as a child, she would take me out and buy me my favorite street food called Karane! Karane is a sort of a flan made with chickpea flour. Althought it is very popular in the Eastern region of Morocco and Western region of Algeria, it is actually the national dish of Gibraltar where it is called "Calentita", from the Spanish word "Caliente" which means hot. Probably because the street vendors used to shout out "Calentita, Calentita" to let people know that their product was hot, fresh out of the oven! Karane is super easy to make, you just have to make sure not to overbake it. It is supposed to have a crusty bottom and a smooth top layer, that makes it so special. You have my word that this is going to become your favorite street food!