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The warqa or pastry sheets are fine, paper-thin that are used for savory stuffed pastries and layered desserts. They are made by smearing a fine coating of damp, sticky, elastic dough across a wide, hot griddle before peeling it off after 15 seconds or so in a single, fluid motion. Warqa is famously difficult to make, and most Moroccans buy fresh sheets in the market or commercial brands in stores. Sheets of phyllo (also called filo) pastry, though slightly thicker, are an excellent substitution, as are Chinese spring roll wrappers.