Ghotab / Qottab Pastry (Traditional Iranian Almond and Walnut-Filled Crescents)
Ghotab or Qottab is a traditional Iranian almond and walnut-filled crescent pastry that is infused with cardamom and cinnamon flavours to make the perfect treat.
Baklava Bites - Cooking Classy
Baklava bites - yes and YES! You get the classic nutty Greek baklava in mini hand holdable form (plus the addition of chocolate and whipped cream because
Sahlab (Middle Eastern Pudding) Recipe - Food.com
This is a quick and easy to prepare dessert. I usually always have the ingredients on hand. There are boxed versions of this pudding, but it is traditionally prepared at home. You can add more or less cornstarch if preferred. This dessert is so versatile that it can be served warm or chilled. I love to eat it both ways, when it chills it firms up.
7 Easy, Fabulous Phyllo Dough Recipes! | Disney Family
Stock your freezer with phyllo dough to be at-the-ready to make any one of these easy, fabulous snacks, dinners, and desserts!
Middle Eastern Date-Filled Cookies (Ma’amoul)
These beautiful cookies are perfect for any special occasion. While they are a bit time-consuming to make, if you have an afternoon free they’re definitely worth the effort. Ma’amoul means “stuffed” and these cookies can be stuffed with a number of different fillings; date filling is traditional for holidays, but walnut and pistachio are common too. My Syrian mother-in-law taught me this recipe and it’s found in my cookbook.
Shekerbura - Step by Step - AZ Cookbook
If Samani is a green symbol of Novruz, two desserts, Pakhlava (baklava) and Shekerbura, are the spring holiday’s sweet symbols. No Novruz table is complete without these delicious nut filled delights. I have posted the recipe for Easy Baklava before and time has come to pair it up with Shekerbura to complete a Novruz table. Shekerbura is a sweet pastry filled with ground nuts and sugar. In Azerbaijan, making shekerbura usually involves a team-work. Relatives and neighbors get together at…
Ghraybeh - Traditional Middle Eastern Sugar Cookies
Hala's Kitchen: Ghraybeh is a traditional Middle Eastern Butter Cookies recipe. The traditional version was shaped into an 'S' shape with a pine nut in the center of the cookie. These days they are mostly made into discs with a pistachio in the center.
Kahk is a traditional sweet cookie served most commonly during Eid ul-Fitr (عيد الفطر) in Egypt. It is a shortbread biscuit covered with icing sugar, which may be stuffed with dates, walnuts, or agameya (عجمية) (like Turkish-delight) or just served plain.
Easy Tulumba (Bilxishaan) Tulumba Facile (طرمبة (بلح الشام
A popular and tasty dessert, similar in preparation to choux pastry. It is fried then soaked in a caramelly syrup. Follow the easy steps and impress. VOIR CI...
Qatayef (atayef, katayef, qata'if)
One of the most rewarding experiences I had during my two and a half years in Dubai was Ramadan. Fasting with my Muslim friends from sunris...
Ma’moul Cookies | Antonio Tahhan
It's been a while since I've written anything here. My grandfather passed away last month and that took a lot of my blogging energy away…